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The Shroud of Turin is a length of linen cloth bearing the image of a man, is believed by some to be the burial shroud of Jesus Christ, the Jewish preacher and figure of Christianity.

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In late 1926, archaeologist Indiana Jones had an encounter with René Emile Belloq on a New York City skycraper over a false Shroud of Turin.[1]

Behind the scenes Edit

The Shroud of Turin has not made physical appearance in any Indiana Jones official media but a fake was planned to feature at the beginning of Dark Horse's planned Indiana Jones and the Lost Horizon comic book. However, the story went unproduced as Dark Horse Comics cancelled the entire Indiana Jones comic line following poor sales.

In real life, the real Shroud of Turin is stored in the cathedral of St. John the Baptist, in Turin, Italy.

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