Should This 2000 Year Old Mysterious Black Sarcophagus Be Opened?
Earlier this month, the Ministry of State of Antiquities reported that a 2000 year old sarcophagus had been found in Alexandria, Egypt. The sarcophagus is made of black granite and was buried 16 feet below ground.
They also found an alabaster head of a man that officials say could have been made to look like the person buried in the sarcophagus.
Experts have no idea what or who is inside it and people are dying over the mystery and the creepiness of it all.
Isn’t there a film series on why this is probably a bad idea? https://t.co/HaEgRJZ8fU
— Michael Ohiku (@MichaelOhiku) July 17, 2018
While others are just waiting anxiously for them to open it no matter the “otherworldly” consequences such an act could have.
Open the sarcophagus please I’m begging you I need the sweet release of plagues
— Sarcophagus Cindy (@cindynorth1) July 16, 2018
I’m pinning all my hopes on the creature in the sarcophagus.
— Maureen Johnson (@maureenjohnson) July 18, 2018
2012: oh no Mayan calendar says the world might end and we could all die
2018: PLEASE let the black Egyptian sarcophagus carry a curse that will collectively put us out of our misery
— zoinks, scoob (@dadvansss) July 18, 2018
People have been left wondering what is inside the mysterious sarcophagus.
Live every day like it’s Terrifying Mystery Sarcophagus Opening Day
— Caleb Roehrig • WHITE RABBIT out now! (@MikalebRoehrig) July 18, 2018
There’s a non-zero chance Prince is in the black sarcophagus and this is all part of a fantastic new album release
— justin pierce (@justinpie) July 18, 2018
An all black sarcophagus was discovered in Egypt. It dates back ~2000 years and was found with an alabaster head. Alexander the Great’s body was never found and was rumored to be buried in this area…. I wonder…? pic.twitter.com/uoXwuCp0wR
— abdul (@Advil) July 12, 2018
Mexican earthquake reveals new Mayan Temple, drought shows up massive Neolithic henge in Ireland and then there’s the enormous black sarcophagus found in Egypt. It’s either the end of days or a really cunning promotion campaign for the next Indiana Jones movie
— Kate Griffin (@KateAGriffin) July 18, 2018