Top 10 Scary Tomb Messages

Hello and welcome back to the Most Amazing Channel on the internet! I am your host Rebecca Felgate and today we are talking the Top 10 Scary Tomb messages These are like… messages found in tombs that have really creeped people out…and I know you are an audience of Most Amazing people who like to be creeped out – why don’t you show me by liking this video and sharing it with a friend

Also why don’t you leave me a comment letting me know if you would leave a funny message on your grave…orrrr a scary one! Funny or scary Basically the only options I feel like scary is appealing as I enjoy freaking people out, but I’m also up for funny because I prefer to make people smile…comments – description box

10 – William Shakespeare’s Grave Billy bob Shakespeare is one of my favourite historical figures of all time for so many reasons, but mainly because I loved his drama William Shakespeare died in 1616 and wrote 39 places, 154 sonnets and two long narrative poems My favourite Shakespeare play is probably The Winter’s Tale – a classic problem play, but I do love Macbeth as a close second! So, as we know, the famous English writer had a flair for drama and a great sense of humour With that in mind, OF COURSE he decided to place a curse on his grave He is buried at the Holy Trinity Church in his home of Stratford Upon Avon

On his grave he wrote: Good friend for Iesvs sake forbeare, To digg the dust encloased heare…Bleste be man spares thes stones, And curst be he who moves my bones Good on you Bill, you don’t want anybody messing with your bones, I feel you When the church was restored in 2008, care was taken to keep his bones safe

I might just curse my own grave so that I don’t end up getting thrown out in the trash 9 – Shugborough Inscription The scary thing about this Tomb message is that we have no idea what it says So the Shugborough monument can be found in the grounds of Shugborough Hall in Staffordshire in England The monument depicts the Shepard’s of Arcadia – in which shepherds stand around a tomb The monument contains a very cryptic message that reads: OUOSVAVV – this is framed by the letters D and M

A lot of people think that this is a code and the monument is regularly hailed as one of the worlds top unsolved ciphers Adding to the mystery – fingers of the stone figures touch letters N and R in the phrase ET IN ARCADIA EGO also inscribed on the tomb Some of the worlds top minds, Charles Darwin and Charles Dickens have tried and failed to solve the text 8 – The Cursed Tablets In 2003, four cursed tablets were found in the grave of a young woman who died around 2,400 years ago! Brilliant Back in the day it seems that cursed tablets were pretty popular – people would inscribe curses on to metal and offer them to the gods

Burying tablets with the dead was believed to give the tablets direct access to the gods who would then decide to do the cursers bidding The curses were aimed at then local innkeepers Demetrios and Phanagora One of the curses found with the grave read “Cast your hate upon Phanagora and Demetrios and their tavern and their property and their possessions I will bind my enemy in blood and in ashes, with all the dead…” Blimey Another wishes a dog ear curse upon them

Of course 7 – The Donkey Curse The Egyptians, as we know, were a scary bunch when it came to protecting their final resting places Well, it seems that A Donkey curse was famously found in the tomb of Deir el Bahri Graffito… The Donkey curse invoked the God Seth – a donkey who would rape those who violated the tomb We hear a lot about how the curse of Tut came true but we have no idea If the curse in Graffito’s tomb came true because… well nobody would want to admit that, would they 6 – Amenhotep’s Shopping List Curse The ancient Egyptians were so dramatic – including Amenthotep, son of Hapu, who died in 1 thousand 300 BC

In life he was a priest and a scribe…and a lover of melodrama I bet! He inscribed one of the more inventive curses I have ever read on the doors of his final resting place This curse actually kind of made me laugh… it reads like a shopping list of pestilence! He who enters the tomb will… lose their earthly positions and honors, be incinerated in a furnace in execration rites, capsize and drown at sea, have no successors, receive no tomb or funerary offerings of their own, and their bodies would decay because they will stave without sustenance and their bones will perish YOU get a car, you get a car, you get a car! 5 WARNING I can’t think of anything scarier than going to visit the tomb stone of a loved one and finding this tasteless warning sign… Councillors in Plymouth placed garish yellow warning signs on graves they had deemed unsafe or hazardous…basically in danger of toppling

I am all about preventing some danger but bright yellows signs that cover the name of the person buried? Bit of an eyesore! Mourner Paul Ford found his grandparents grave had one of the signs on and spoke out about how disrespectful it was, and how the message could have been at the back of the grave 4 – Midnight Mary It seems that a very scary message can be found on a grave at the Evergreen Cemetery in New Haven The inscription is …well… a very ghostly warning The grave belongs to Mary E Hart who died under strange circumstances in 1872 Around the top of her grave reads – The people shall be troubled at midnight and pass away

It seems that Mary was considered somewhat of a witch in her era and some event say that she haunts the New Haven graveyard, taking souls to the underworld with her if they are by her grave at the stroke of midnight Of course these are probably just urban legends made up to match her spooky gravestone, although I still wouldn’t want to be around at midnight! 3 – King Tut’s Terror DO NOT disturb an Ancient Egyptian Tomb Message received loud and clear… only it tool the death of six people for us to realise A lot of you will be familiar with the curse of the Pharaohs – so I’ll just recap quickly – in 1922 Egyptologist Lord Carnarvon and archeologist, Howard Carter, were the first to enter King Tut’s tomb Carnarvon died from a mosquito bite to the cheek shortly after the tomb was open – a similar mark was found on King Tut’s cheek

George Jay Gould, Audrey Herbert, Hugh Evelyn-White, Aaron Ember, and Archibald Douglas Reed also died after coming into contact with the tomb It seems that outside the burial chamber was an inscription that read: Death shall come on swift wings to him who disturbs the peace of the King Also found in the tomb was a warning on a bracelet that read: Cursed be he who moves my body To him shall come fire, water and pestilence The man on the receiving end of this bracelet had his house burn down

When it was rebuilt, it was hit with a flood Interesting 2 – A Curse Upon the Bullies WELL Mary of Whalingport Massachusetts certainly got the last word, didn’t she! It seems that Mary C Dolencie was a nuisance in her community – she believed her neighbours were up to no good and would shine lights into their properties She owned a lot of cats and would spend hours feeding pigeons, which is sweet, but it seems she was quite the recluse She felt her neighbours bullied her and she was unwilling to let bygones be byogones

In one final act of her revenge, she wrote on her tomb “May eternal damnation be upon those in whaling port who without knowing me have maliciously vilified me May the curse of god be upon them and theirs” Urm Cool Just curse the whole community then? Cheers babe! Mary died in 1985 and it seems that her curse got lost in the post as the people of Whalingport don’t believe they have come across any misfortune

The woman who moved into Mary’s old home said to a local news paper that the curse didn’t bother her She said: “I was frankly saddened for this lady who must have had so much turmoil in her life that she’d put this on her gravestone” Another member of the community wrote: “Nobody takes it seriously, of course It’s a funny thing, we can laugh about it” Eesh

Rough ride for old Mary! 1 Tamerlane’s Terror Tamerlane founded the Timurid Empire in the 14th Century, stretching across central Asia and Persia Tamerlane, also known as Timur was buried in modern day Uzbekistan and his burial chamber was infiltrated by soviets and written on the wall was a very scary warning indeed When I rise from the dead, the world shall tremble" “Whomsoever opens my tomb shall unleash an invader more terrible than I" Tamerlane was indeed terrible The middle east and parts of India where ransacked with their populations massacred

So did they heed this warning? Did they hell! Soviet anthropologists dug him up and what happened? Adolph Hitler launched Operation Barbarossa – the largest military operation of all time A lot of people were killed

When Stalin found out, he had Tamerlane reburied with full Islamic rights – says later, the Soviet won in the Battle of Stalingrad Hitler continued to plague the world for another 3 years, though SO that was the Top 10 Scary Tomb Messages – what did you think to this list? Which was the scariest? Do you believe in the curses placed on some of them or do you think they were idol threats? Would you go for a scary tomb message or a funny one? We love a good morbid chat, ehy! Comments from scary things found frozen under ice The Dinosaurus said: Love a rebecca video!hairs very much on point!will think twice next time I add ice to my drink #creepy? ! Thaaanks! Although I thought I had scared everyone off ice forever! CorgiArtsTV said: My trypophobia was triggered after number 2, halp someone D:>? Zachford 11v2 said: Top 10 reasons why we’re going to miss Danny Burke :(? – don’t you will make me cry! I miss him every day

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