Who Murdered King Tut Analysis

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Register to read the introduction… More mystery, huh? With all the great artwork in the tomb of King Tut, and with all the Gold, and All the cartouches, why is there no record of his real age? Let me put this mystery to rest for you. While the Egyptians recorded a lot about the life and death of their pharaoh's, they didn't spend a lot of time recording the early years. We know what year he died, but not when he was born. There are a lot of Pharaohs that we have no record of age on.
In 1922, when Howard Carter was close to losing the funding for his "Find the tomb of King Tut" expedition, he begged Lord Carnarvon for "a few more days". "I know we are close" Carter Begged. And within hours of Carnarvon's nod, a member of Carter's team uncovered a stair into King Tut's tomb. Carter wired Lord Carnarvon, who arrived in Egypt a short time later. Little did they know they would uncover more mystery than they were already operating off of. They hoped finding the tomb would EXPLAIN some of the mystery.
The Greatest archeological find of the twentieth century brought out more gold than anyone had ever seen before. And beautiful glass carvings- 1,000 years older than the oldest glass found in Roman and Greek ruins. More treasure than you would ever imagine. And three bodies. Yep. King Tut was buried in his tomb, but an antechamber off to the side of the entrance contained the fetal remains of 2 children. No doubt, however, the cause of a miscarriage. King Tut was married to a
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The calcification took up valuable space needed by the brain. It is apparent that King Tut died of a fractured Skull. Now, he could have slipped and fallen, so let's go further.
In comes Dr. Bob Brier, PhD. Dr. Brier contends (In his book The Murder of Tutankhamen, A True Story,) that Tut was murdered. But, why would anyone want to murder the King of upper and lower Egypt?
Let me present one theory. Although much evidence is presented in the book, it does not leave with a conclusion. I did some other research, both via the internet and on video, and would like to present my theory. Whodunnit? I don't know for sure, but I have a Hypothesis I want you to consider.
The picture of Aye at the funeral of King Tut brings a lot of mystery. Aye actually predicted that he would be Pharaoh. Now, He WAS senior advisor, so it is kind of natural, but still, only Ankhesenamun would pick the next Pharaoh.
Shortly after King Tut's Death, Ankhesenamun wrote to the Hetite King, asking for one of his many sons for her to marry. In her letter, she writes two interesting things: "I shall never marry a servant of mine"; and "I am scared". Why should she be scared? and why the reference to a

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