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Archaeologists crack open a 2000-year-old mysterious black granite sarcophagus in Egypt
About three weeks ago, a team of Archaeology Department arrived in Alexandria, Egypt. As soon as the officer and the crew arrived, locals started assembling there. Excavation work started soon. A black granite coffin was found after excavation to about 16 feet. An attempt was made to open the stone coffin which weighed around 27,000 kg.

Many people at the site warned the officials that the sarcophagus was cursed. However, on opening the sarcophagus, three male skeletons and some sewage water was discovered. 

The archaeologists neither found any ancient jewellery nor any gold or silver from inside the coffin.

It is believed that the found mummies were not of some rulers but of ordinary people. The three skeletons have been sent to the Alexandria National Museum. The coffin has been handed over officially to the army. 

Astonishingly, a man has said that he wants to drink the blood that was found in the casket. Not only that, he has also filed an online petition, which has been supported by 31,022 people. They believe that this energy is heavenly and powerful. However, experts say that what was found inside the coffin is not blood sewage water.

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