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Daemon
Posted: Wednesday, April 12, 2017 12:00:00 AM
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The Mystery of Skeleton Lake

An uninhabited area located high in the Indian Himalayas, Roopkund is best known as the home of Skeleton Lake, where in 1942 a park ranger made a startling discovery—a mass grave containing the remains of some 300 to 600 people. Using radiocarbon dating, scientists traced the skeletons to the 9th century. Though people initially believed the dead were victims of landslides, an epidemic, or a blizzard, further examination of the skulls revealed that the people died in what unusual way? More...
Pieter_Hove
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They died from a hailstorm which must have been very severe indeed. And it's amazing that some skeletons still had remains of flesh on the bones!!
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