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After a few days, it was reported by his friends that one day he was found dead on his bed. At last, the management of the British museum accepted that coffin (wooden chest) and included it in their exhibits. After this some strange and abnormal incidents started happening in the department of Egyptian monuments because of this coffin (wooden chest). One of these was this that that painter, artist or photographer who went there for taking its snap, he was surely subjected to some accident. I myself know about one artist who went there four times to take its picture and was unsuccessful in all four attempts. In next attempt, he had successfully captured the picture and was leaving the museum that a horse ran over him due to which that picture was also lost and he was injured too. Noticing such dangerous happenings related to that coffin (wooden chest), the management of the museum placed that coffin (wooden chest) in some side dark room. For quite some time, no news was heard concerning that coffin (wooden chest). However, it was heard later that that coffin (wooden chest) was being taken to the Egyptian department of a museum of New York from British museum on the Titanic ship and on the same cruise a fatal and the most thrilling accident was encountered by Titanic in April 1916 which killed thousands of people. In this way that coffin (wooden chest) went to the depths of the ocean along with lives of many thousand people on board'.

 

These are not false stories and self enacted tales but are real incidents and solid truths. Thousands of books and magazines of European nations are full of the strange and extraordinary events and marvelous spiritual paranormal activities related with these ancient tombs and historic mummies of the Egypt. In addition, these kinds of incidents and the rare happenings are often mentioned in the newspapers from time to time. Hence, the paper of 5th August 1937 of the Daily Mail was read by this Faqeer in which was published a news regarding the tomb of the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamen. I had made a copy of this news as a reference and today I am writing in this book for the belief of the readers.

 

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Thus, I have copied the detailed article word by word with translation in Urdu. The Heading was:

 

HE TOUCHED THE GRAVE OF THE PHARAOH

"From the desk of the correspondent of the Daily Mail on Wednesday"

 

"They who enter this sacred tomb shall swift be visited by wings of death"

 

'The fear of the invisible damage of the ancient Egypt and the terror of unseen loss has again spread amongst people when Herbert Winlock, the officer of Metropolis museum, has fallen ill for no apparent reason when he came out after he had broken into the last rest of the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamen discovered in 1922 in the Valley of the Kings in the area of Luxor. This expert of archeology fell suddenly ill soon he came out of the tomb and doctors are unable to identify the cause of his illness and could not diagnose it. Mr. Winlock always used to mock at the news of such kind of Invisible Damage and Spiritual Harm. Four days after this incident, his another colleague and fellow Doctor Albert Lithgow, who had also broken in that said tomb, suddenly died. Subsequent to this, Lord Cornwall who had discovered and identified that tomb, he also died suddenly which lead to the complete conviction and belief in all people concerning the invisible damage and spiritual harm. After this, honorable Aubrey Herbert, the brother of Lord Cornwall died during a (surgical) operation. Another person namely Lord Westbury, in whose possession were some antiques found from this tomb, died after he had jumped from the widow of the second floor of his palace. Similarly some other people, who had link with the antiques taken out from this tomb, died one after the other'.

 

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