Tombs to be opened in Vatican City in 1983 missing girl case

Tombs to be opened in Vatican City in 1983 missing girl case

In a new twist to one of Italy’s most persistent mysteries, a pair of tombs in a tiny cemetery in Vatican City will be opened next week to determine if they contained the remains of a 15-year-old girl who vanished in Rome in 1983. The victim Emanuela Orlandi was the daughter of a Vatican employee who never returned after heading out to a music lesson in Rome.

Chris
Chris
Dave
Dave 8 months

Breaking news: Archeologists in the Vaticombs have discovered what is believed to be the missing page from the Bible. The page is currently being carbon-dated in Bonne. If genuine, it is the missing first page of the Bible, however the page has been universally condemned by church leaders. It reads as follows: "To my darling Candy. All characters portrayed within this book are fictitous and any resemblance to persons living or dead is purely coincidental."

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 8 months

God knows what they'll find down there.

Seed
Seed 8 months

The fact that we have a picture of the girl before she disappeared makes this much more harrowing

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