Rotating Egyptian Statue Baffles Experts At Manchester Museum

A 10-inch Egyptian statue of Neb Sanu that dates back to 1800 BC has baffled experts at Manchester Museum after it was noticed that it had started rotating on its own!

The statue was discovered in a mummy’s tomb and has been in the possession of the Manchester Museum for the last 80 years. Recently however, the museum’s resident Egyptologist Campbell Price saw something very strange – the statue had started turning on its own and given that he was the only person with a key to statue’s case, he found this to be very bizarre indeed!! Continue Reading