Neala Schwartzberg writing Is the Shroud of Turin Real? Visit the exhibit and decide. in Examiner.com (and it was headlined by the World News Network, wn.com):
The Shroud of Turin has been described as the greatest relic in Christendom, but it is permanently stored in the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Turin, Italy. However, in a bit down-at-the-heels shopping center in Alamogordo is a remarkable exhibit devoted to the Shroud which might be the next best thing to a visit to Turin. It comes with the added benefit of extensive research and documentation about this extraordinary relic.
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The researchers concluded that there are no answers to the question of how the image was produced, or what produced the image. Now, despite all technology, it remains a mystery.
No answers. Now you have to read my other posting, today, The Shroud that Defies Scientific Explanation (Part 2)