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Vatican researcher in Turin Shroud claim


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The ever present debate over the authenticity of the Turin Shroud has been rekindled after a Vatican researcher has claimed that faint writing present on the linen proves that it is genuinely the burial cloth of Jesus.

"A Vatican researcher has rekindled the age-old debate over the Shroud of Turin, saying that faint writing on the linen proves it was the burial cloth of Jesus."

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This just in:

Shrouded in mystery no more:

The Vatican claim their top scientists have uncovered the true identity of the mysterious figure on the shroud.

exclusive pics finally released...

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This just in:

Shrouded in mystery no more:

The Vatican claim their top scientists have uncovered the true identity of the mysterious figure on the shroud.

exclusive pics finally released...

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With a Little Hepl From His Freinds! !! Great One Rebel ! :wacko:

I`ll Eat to Thaty

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I sense a can of religious worms opening soon.

*zzziiippp POP!*

I highly doubt Jesus looked as Northern European as the image om the shroud. Although the current Pope probably would claim he was Aryan. :lol:

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