The strangest and most bizarre looking remains of people like preserved bog bodies and creepy screaming mummies in Egypt.\r\rSubscribe to Hectic Express \r\rPeculiar elongated skulls were found in Peru and Mexico that elicited claims of ‘aliens among conspiracy theorists, and while the reality is much more ordinary than that, its still a fascinating find. These skulls were scientific evidence that the price of artificial cranial deformation did occur. The ancient price of distorting the normal growth of a childs head by binding it with wood or cloth was artificial cranial deformation. The earliest instances date back to Neanderthals, and it is still accomplished by some cultures today. The purpose was probably to signify group affiliation among villagers while demonstrating social status.\r \rAnother skeletal findings of evidence that people made tools of skeletons was when three human skulls were excavated in Goughs Cave in Somerset, England. As the photo suggests the skulls were carefully and artfully worked into the shape of bowls that allowed them to drink. The skulls were dated 14,700 years old and are currently the oldest skull cups ever discovered. The heads were surrounded by other human remains that had been broken to get to the marrow inside which could mean that they participated in cannibalism.\r \rIn new, the earliest proof of leprosy in human existence was found in a 4,000-year-old skeleton found in India. Leprosy is extremely challenging to study because beria that causes its hard to culture for research. Scientists are still attempting to discover exly when and where it originated. Not only was this skeleton the oldest leper ever found but it was also the first evidence of leprosy found in India. The skeletal remains help to support the notion that the disease migrated from Africa to Asia during urbanization and the continuously growing population.\r \rTwelve Neanderthal skeletal remains were found in a cave in Spain, and they were expurgated and broken. The discovery indicated that they were possibly used by other Neanderthals as a food source. The group of 12 is one of the most prominent examples of the price among groups of the time. “There are many different markings in many different bones in all 12 individuals, including traditional cut marks to disarticulate bones and remove muscle insertions, snapping and fruring of long bones to extr the marrow,” a researcher said.\r \rNorthwestern Europes peat bogs have become one of the wealthiest places to excavate ancient human remains in the world. The bogs environment preserves the bodies so perfectly that sometimes they still contain blood. ‘Bog bodies‘ such as the Grauballe Man date from around 8,000 B.C.E. to early medieval period. These people were not buried in the bogs, and they simply did not die there. Researchers believe they were most likely sacrificed and dies violent deaths or were executed as punishment for crimes.\r \rAlmost 100 infants were discarded like junk in beneath a bathhouse in Israel in the late Roman, early Byzantine era. The remains were found in Ashkelon in 1988, and data suggests that the children died before they reached three days old. The remains showed no signs of disease or skeletal malformation. While scholars theorized that the babies were all female, since girl infanticide was common during that time, tests have since shown that they were a mixture of boys and girls. The reasoning behind their demise is still very much a mystery.\r \rWhen archaeologists excavated 51 thousand-year-old skulls and found evidence that a complete and total massacre had occurred at the site they were enthralled. This site was found in addition to another pit containing headless bodies in Weymouth, UK, in new. The archaeologist discovered that the remain was that of Scandinavian Vikings who were cruelly slain sometime between 910 and 1030 CE. They were executed by having their heads chopped off and likely victims of Anglo-Saxons.\r \rCan you imagine being an archaeologist and opening an ancient sarcophagus to find a mummy that looks like it will be screaming for all eternity. When ‘screaming mummies ‘were first discovered, scientist assumed that they must have been buried alive. More recently they have found that corpses are commonly found with their jaws open because their head falls back after death. The most famous screaming mummy is called Unknown Man E which was discovered in 1886 in Egypt, who consequently could be the bad son of Ramses İ. Even more grimacing and shocking appearing in apparent terror and was amongst the remains in Peru of the Chachapoya Indians.