Unbelievable! Priest Who Died 84 Years Ago Caught Moving About Inside a Museum
Religious leaders in Russia have claimed that the mummified remains of a Buddhist lama (Buddhist priest) who died 89 years ago wandered around a museum in a bid for world peace.
The preserved remains of Lama Dashi-Dorzho Itigilov – the revered Buddhist leader in Russia before and after the Bolshevik Revolution – are normally kept in a glass sarcophagus located on the second floor of his ‘palace’ near Ulan-Ude in Siberia.
But now local religious leaders claim CCTV footage shows the lama moving both on Sunday and Monday night, in what they say might be a call for world peace.
Some Buddhists believe that the lama, who died in 1927 and was buried in the lotus position before his remains were exhumed with almost no decay, remains alive or
hibernates in a nirvana-like state.