Shroud of Turin can't be a fake, researchers say: Scientists unable to …

The exact origins of the Turin Shroud remain a great mystery, but scientists are now disputing the long-held belief that the religious artifact is a medieval forgery. Italian researchers at the National Agency for New Technologies

Scientists say that the imprint could not possibly have been faked with the technology available when the shroud emerged in the medieval period.

The exact origins of the Turin Shroud remain a great mystery, but scientists are now disputing the long-held belief that the religious artifact is a medieval forgery. Italian researchers at the National Agency for New Technologies

12, 2000 file photo, The Holy Shroud, a 14 foot-long linen revered by some as the burial cloth of Jesus, is shown at the Cathedral of Turin, Italy. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni) Everyone knows The Holy Shroud, the centuries-old cloth that many believe

The Shroud of Turin is a linen cloth bearing the image of a man who appears to have suffered crucifixion hundreds of years ago. Now, Italian scientists released their findings after performing experiments on the legendary burial cloth.