Wednesday, June 3, 2009

The Curse of King Tutankhamen

In the year 1922, a rich English man named Howard Carter found the location of the burial of King Tutankhamen in the Valley cemetery site Kings. There are many valuable form of gold, goods, and even food is buried in this location. And because this is a great invention arkeologis, many other experts go to the archaeological site cemetery Valley Kings. Immediately after that, mysterious things start happening. Many of the archaeological experts, who had entered the tomb fell ill and eventually died. During the 1920, more than two dozen people died not long after entering the tomb of King Tutankhamen. This is the beginning of the curse of King Tutankhamen.

Around in spring 1923, Lord Carnarvon was bitten by mosquitoes in the cheek when shave. That case caused Lord Carnarvon infection and died, and at the same time the light all in the strange city of Cairo is suppressed. At the time of the morning Lord Carnarvon died, his dog began to bark and then death. The curse of King Tutankhamen began to be published by many media. The extraordinary media that cause the other news appear. There is one news that bird Howard carter dead by Cobra snake after the discovery of tomb doors.

Many people believe the curse of King Tut is correct, until in 1986 a French doctor Caroline Stenger-Phillip find one explanation why the death problem is mysterious. Dr. Stenger-Phillip says "fruits and vegetables in the tomb may cause occurrence of dust particles of organic. This particles may have the potential to have a cause of allergic". He also claims that the archaeological experts carry a reaction after all breathe particles which lead to their death. He does not believe that the curse of king Tut death cause is the mysterious death.

Curse of King Tutankhamen is still a mystery. For some people it is only superstition. But still many of them believe that is a curse. Whether there are the curse seriously? Do you believe about the curse of King Tutankhamen?The history Curse of King Tutankhamen.

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