The Hope Diamond, Cursed Objects, and Unexplained Artifacts
Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC, 15 thg 7, 2017 - 64 trang
Anyone who has watched Indiana Jones knows that curses can have very real implications. However, is there such a thing today as cursed objects? This book explores some of the most well-known cursed objects, from the Hope Diamond to Tutankhamun's tomb, and looks to science, through the use of photographs, eyewitness accounts, elaborate hoaxes, and evidence, to answer whether curses are real.
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