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300-Year-Old Mummy Was Dug Out For An Autopsy And What They Discovered... OMG!

There are secrets belonging to thousands of different ancient worlds beneath the earth which are gradually dug out by archaeologists and put to study and further research. In 1994, some archeologists discovered 250 mummified bodies buried underneath a church in Hungary.

Two 300 years old perfectly preserved bodies of mother and son, who died of Tuberculosis were dug out. This year, the bodies are wheeled inside a medical research center in California for an autopsy to find out the cause of their death. The study is intended to resolve more undiscovered things about the illness. 

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300-Year-Old Mummy Was Dug Out For An Autopsy And What They Discovered... OMG!

300-Year-Old Mummy Was Dug Out For An Autopsy And What They Discovered... OMG!

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Archeologists have discovered more than 250 mummified bodies underneath a church in Hungary.

Archeologists have discovered more than 250 mummified bodies underneath a church in Hungary.

They also found perfectly preserved mummified bodies of a 38-year-old mother named Veronica and her one-year-old son, Yohan.

They also found perfectly preserved mummified bodies of  a 38-year-old mother named Veronica and her one-year-old son, Yohan.

They both were said to be died of Tuberculosis 300 years ago.

They both were said to be died of Tuberculosis 300 years ago.

The mummies were dug out to perform belated autopsies inside the Orange County Global Medical Center in Santa ana, California.

The mummies were dug out to perform belated autopsies inside the Orange County Global Medical Center in Santa ana, California.

Doctors are looking for some necessary information of illness that caused the death of thousands of kids during that time.

Doctors are looking for some necessary information of illness that caused the death of thousands of kids during that time.

Though they are well awarded with the fact that there were no antibiotics and treatment available for Tuberculosis, they wanted to research more about the cause.

Though they are well awarded with the fact that there were no antibiotics and treatment available for Tuberculosis, they wanted to research more about the cause.

Doctors are hoping to resolve the secrets of the mother and the son's death through the first ever virtual autopsy.

Doctors are hoping to resolve the secrets of the mother and the son’s death through the first ever virtual autopsy.

The results of the CT scan will be released at the Bowers Museum on the "Mummies of the World" exhibition.

The results of the CT scan will be released at the Bowers Museum on the “Mummies of the World” exhibition.

The exhibition is planned to organize in the month of September in 2016 itself.

Via: CBS News 

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