A story of the sarcophagus discovered with the woman’s body in the urban-type settlement Tisul, Russia is not a myth for many locals who claimed to have witnessed this incident.
Many mysterious artifacts have already been found in the coal mines, but the so-called discovery of “Princess Tisul” in 1969 in the Kemerovo region, Russia is bizarre as well as controversial.
The perfectly preserved 800-million-year-old body of a beautiful girl was found inside an intricately designed marble casket at a coal mine outside the remote village of Rzhavchik Tisulskago in the Kemerovo region of Russia.
The story was originated from a Russian language documentary (see YouTube below) first uploaded to YouTube in 2014.
The Russian language video, according to versions subtitled in the English language, claims that the intricately crafted marble coffin containing the perfectly preserved body was found about 70 feet underground by local miners in 1969. The casket was first found by a miner identified as Karnaukhov.
Alexander Masalygina, the official in charge at the site located near the small and remote village of Rzhavchik Tisulskago in the Kemerovo region of Russia, ordered work to stop immediately after the miners discovered the mysterious and skilfully crafted marble coffin.
(Watch YouTube video below)
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