The Shroud of Turin
Not every ancient mystery is a structure. Sometimes, relics are left behind that have no explanation other than the supernatural. This is one of them. The Shroud of Turin is a piece of linen that’s roughly 14ft x 3ft and it bears a faded image of a man that might just be Jesus Christ. He’s got the crown of thorns, wounds on his hands, feet and side, and there is the beard. The shroud has been revered as actual proof of Jesus and worshipped for centuries, until scientists decided to test it. According to all the tests they use for figuring out age (Carbon dating, isotopes, etc), the cloth dates back to the Middle Ages. This might seemingly prove that it’s not the burial shroud of Christ, but there’s a caveat.
No one knows how the image was placed on there. It’s not paint, or any photographic process and it’s not a visual trick – there is and image on there. One theological scientist believes that a miraculous event, such as a resurrection could have generated so much energy that an image was captured.
All I can think of is that line from the movie Thor “Magic is science we don’t understand yet.” He might be onto something.