Very Weird - The Ghost Cavalry of Gondole

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Very Weird - The Ghost Cavalry of Gondole

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Re: Very Weird - The Ghost Cavalry of Gondole

Postby Mannan » 06 Jun 2014, 01:48

Were they zapped by lightning, I wonder? An osteoarchaeologist might be able to answer this from the bones, although I believe electrical current would flow largely through the blood vessels... Nonetheless: there may be fractures caused by the convulsion of a lightning strike...

I am sure the Etruscans would have been able to make some kind of comment on this...


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