Howard Carter and the Jules Rimet Trophy


On 3rd January 1922 the Archaeologist Howard Carter discovered and entered the tomb of Tutankhamun and allegedly released an ancient curse that led to the deaths of many people associated with the discovery.

But this is not the only story of a sinister curse and I will fast forward now to 1966.

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6 responses to “Howard Carter and the Jules Rimet Trophy

  1. Is it strange because people didn’t die back then?

    Still, an interesting read. I’m reminded of other strange things . . . did you know the first man to fly a plane, the first woman to get a pilot’s license, and the first man to walk on the moon are all dead? Coincidence? I think not! I think it’s a warning we were not meant to fly and certainly not to reach for the stars.


  2. I believe in the King Tut curse. I took a picture in Tut’s tomb with my phone recently (no photos allowed) and the next day I drop my DSLR and broke an $800 lens. Now that is a curse. 🙂


  3. Interesting! I don’t know what to think of it all.


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