In a "eureka" moment worthy of Dr. Frankenstein, scientists have discovered that two 3,000-year-old Scottish "bog bodies" are actually made from the remains of six people.
|A female Bronze Age mummy from Cladh Hallan is a composite of different skeletons [Credit: Mike Parker Pearson, University of Sheffield]|
The mummies were discovered more than a decade ago below the remnants of 11th-century houses at Cladh Hallan, a prehistoric village on the island of South Uist (map), off the coast of Scotland.
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