Comment from Diana Edelman
In Denmark, peat bogs are not just for harvesting peat. Or, at least, that’s what it would seem. In 1950, Viggo and Emil Højgaard stumbled upon the remains of a mummified corpse, buried under a two-meter layer of peat on the Jutland Peninsula. Originally thought to be a recent victim of murder, it was determined by an archaeology professor that what the two had found was not, in fact, a recent corpse, but one which had been buried there for more than two thousand years.
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