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Haunts and unexplained phenomena of The British Museum
Haunts and unexplained phenomena of The British Museum - London - England
Given the vast number of exhibits on show in London’s British Museum, it is rather surprising that only two major hauntings and one strangely inexplicable incident have been recorded.
The first haunting relates to exhibit 22542, an Egyptian mummy case. This is covered in heiroglyphics and bears the likeness of a beautiful singer, dedicated to the god Amun-Ra. It was discovered in the 1880’s by British tourists, who bought it from a trader in Thebes, in Egypt.
It is allegedly linked to at least 13 deaths, and one of the new owners was in fact injured in a hunting accident the very next day, necessitating his arm being amputated, while the other new owner vanished in a mysterious was and was never seen again.
After this, the one-armed man sold the case to a dealer in Cairo