The Turin Shroud is stained with the blood of tortured victims.
On Turin Shroud there were little traces of blood, the composition of which shows that a man wrapped in cloth suffered from severe injuries – perhaps from torture. This is confirmed in the new work of Italian scientists.
The blood particles had a “peculiar structure, size and distribution,” said Giulio Fanti, a professor at the University of Padua.
He says that the blood contains high levels of substances called creatinine and ferritin, which are found in patients suffering from severe injuries, such as torture.
“Therefore, the presence of these biological nanoparticles discovered during our experiments indicates the violent death of a person wrapped in the Turin Shroud,” Professor Fanti said.