🔗 Hidden Rooms in King Tut’s Tomb? | National Geographic

This is insanely cool. New radar scans point to the strong possibility of another room behind King Tut's tomb. One theory suggests that it could be the lost tomb of the famous  Queen Nefertiti. 

[...] the Egyptian antiquities minister held a press conference in Cairo to announce a tantalizing new piece of evidence: Radar scans on those walls have revealed not only the presence of hidden chambers, but also unidentified objects that lie within these rooms. These objects, [he] said, seem to be composed of both metal and organic materials.

Scans of King Tut’s Tomb Reveal New Evidence of Hidden Rooms | National Geographic

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