You're looking at the Soto dolmen in Trigueros, Spain—and you're right to be amazed. This prehistoric tomb has been home to rituals of life and death since 4200 BC, and now after nine years it's been restored to its prehistoric glory.
A team of archeologists claims that it has found the real tomb of Jesus Christ. They are convinced that several pieces of evidence point to the veracity of their claim. The latest one is this 2,000-year-old engraving on the side of an ancient burial site.
This is the three-foot long copper sword stolen from Abraham Lincoln's Tomb in the Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Illinois. It was there sometime in September (left) and now is gone (right).
In the nineteenth century, this Belgian tomb built beneath a church was a fashionable place to bury your dead. Full of elaborately-carved headstones and arched ceilings, its hallways were mounded with flowers and filled with mourners. But as the centuries went by, tomb burials fell out of favor and the place went to…
A South African anthropologist wants to dig up William Shakespeare's bones to find out if the playwright smoked pot. He got this crazy idea from an earlier study which turned up pipe fragments in Shakespeare's garden that were coated with a marijuana residue.
A crazy Brazilian man named Freud is so afraid of being buried alive that he's built himself a tomb nice enough to live in, complete with TV and food. You know, just in case. It also has built-in megaphones that would allow for him to call for help just in case his body raised from the dead in some sort of…