Thursday, October 20, 2005

Warriors Frozen In Time

I hold an eternal fascination for incidences of the remains of warriors from distant wars being discovered many years later. From the famous case of the frozen body of Iron Age "Otzi" discovered a few years ago in the Italian Tyrol mountains, to the numerous finds of perfectly preserved bodies of ancient Danes found preserved in European peat bogs, and the many remains of soldiers of both world wars still being recovered ...
Now, today we have another interesting story -- this time that of a frozen American flier who died during the Second World War. For the rest of the story, go here:

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