A new type of scientific testing technique has reportedly dated the iconic relic to the 1st Century.
Filmmaker David Rolfe is challenging the British Museum to recreate the iconic shroud to prove that it is a forgery.
Anthropologist David Akins believes that the world-famous relic may have actually been made in England.
An analysis of dust particles retrieved from the shroud has uncovered plant DNA from all over the world.
A British scholar and author has claimed that the controversial relic is not from the time of Jesus.
Scientists in Italy believe that the image of Christ on the shroud may have been caused by an earthquake.
A new book based on extensive research claims that the famous shroud is not a medieval forgery.
Scientists in Italy have claimed that the mysterious shroud couldn't have been forged in medieval times.
The Pope visited Turin this week to view the famous shroud which has gone on display for the first time in ten years.
The Turin Shroud thought to be the burial cloth of Jesus and to bear his image has gone on display in Turin.
The Turin Shroud was secretly hidden during World War 2 because Hitler allegedly wanted to steal it.
An image of what some believe to be the real face of Jesus has been computer generated from the Turin Shroud.
The Turin Shroud is expected to attract up to 100 million visitors when it goes on display in Northern Italy this year.
The ever present debate over the authenticity of the Turin Shroud has been rekindled after a Vatican researcher has clai...
A new study has claimed that Leonardo Da Vinci could have fabricated the Turin Shroud, the technique used to match Da Vi...
The Shroud of Turin's missing years appear to have been accounted for, the Vatican has claimed that the Knights Templar ...