27 May 2024
Ancient Egyptian statue moving in Manchester museum 2

Ancient Egyptian statue moving in Manchester museum 2

Famous British ghost hunter Richard Crook said he had a terrifying night at the Manchester museum while investigating the mystery of the ancient statue.

Manchester Museum is one of the most popular destinations for tourists when coming to Manchester, England.

Neb-Senu is a 4,000-year-old statue, found in a mummy’s tomb in Egypt.

The statue moves in different directions one after another without human influence.

The person who discovered the spinning statue was Campbell Price.

Egyptologists are not superstitious, and neither is Price, so at first he thought someone had rotated the statue.

Price returned the statue to its original position and then installed surveillance cameras.

Ancient Egyptian statue moving in Manchester museum

Ancient Egyptian statue moving in Manchester museum

Famous self-moving statue at Manchester museum.

Physicist Brian Cox denied the statue’s paranormal phenomena.

He believes that vibrations from visitors’ footsteps cause the statue to move.

However, this did not convince Price because the statue has stood still for 80 years.

`Ancient Egyptians believed that if a mummy decomposed, their soul would reside in the statue buried with it. Perhaps, this was the reason the statue moved,` Price said.

The statue’s popularity attracted the interest of┬áRichard Crook, an expert ghost hunter.

Ancient Egyptian statue moving in Manchester museum

Richard Crook started his ghost hunting trip in the museum at 6:00 p.m. and encountered strange phenomena after 11:00 p.m.

When night falls and the lights in the museum go out, Richard Crook uses scanner equipment to hunt for ghosts but sees no signs of any paranormal phenomena.

As he stood facing the statue and stared at it, Crook did not detect any movement.

He was wandering around the room at 11pm, and he noticed the compass on his app moving.

Visitors will have the opportunity to admire many valuable archaeological, scientific, flora and fauna and currency collections… at the Manchester museum.

Manchester Museum is located about a 15 – 20 minute walk from Manchester city centre, visitors can also cycle or catch bus routes 15, 41, 42, 43, 140 – 143, 147.

Opening hours are from 10am – 5pm daily, free to visit.

Mr. Minh

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