Monday, June 24, 2013


To the bafflement of many, a 10-inch tall Egyptian statue of someone known as Neb-senu has been captured on video seemingly moving of its accord. Over the course of 11 hours, the statue rotated on its pedestal at the Manchester Museum in Manchester, England.

Scientific explanations abound: some have noticed the statue only moves during the day when people are stomping through the building. But if some sort of vibration is moving it, why now? The statue has been on display at the museum for 80 years. So why has the museum staff only now noticed this peculiar phenomenon?

Read more here and watch a time lapse video.

1 comment:

Little Gothic Horrors said...

I saw this on the news last night. So cool! I hope there's nothing dodgy going on because the wishful thinker in me is captivated.