Pompeii artifacts: Tourist returns stolen artifacts after suffering ‘curse’ for 15 years
“I’d have no power to those who bought a piece of history,” wrote the woman, who said she was “young and dumb” at the time.
Since returning to Canada, and said she is suffering from breast cancer, two of the bus, where a double mastectomy, and her family is in financial trouble.
Pompeii is one of the most famous archeological site in the world.
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“We do not always seem to get ahead in life,” he wrote, blaming bad luck tiles.
“I took a piece of history captured in a now much negative energy attached to it,” he wrote. “They took people died in such a horrible sight, which is the destruction of the buildings.”
An laws, Mount Vesuvius near Pompeii 79 to a hundred hot rock and volcanic ash and noxious gas residents own tomb.
“We are people who do not want to pass the curse in this family, not even to my children,” she wrote. “Forgive me, I did years ago negligent act.”
When the letters were sent back through the items on a health “have ended, saying only bad luck” taking away from the artifacts, the interpreter told CNN.
Legion letters and returned artifacts on display in Pompeii Antiquities, he added, as long as the value of the artifacts is not significant, the letters were interesting from an anthropological perspective.
Pompeii is the world’s most famous historical sites and remains, archaeologists continue to work.
The building, one of Pompey’s best known locations, was closed to visitors in 1980 when he suffered damage in the earthquake, but also to be reopened as part of the Great Pompeii Project, which launched in 2014 with the aim of safeguarding the ancient city.