History’s Greatest Mysteries: Who Killed King Tut? (History, June 3, 2024)

History's Greatest Mysteries

The History Channel presents a new episode of its long-running documentary series History’s Greatest Mysteries. The episode, titled “Who Killed King Tut?,” airs on Monday, June 3, 2024, and looks into the enigmatic death of ancient Egypt’s ruler, King Tutankhamun.

This installment explores the mysterious death of King Tutankhamun, one of history’s most enigmatic figures. Despite the passage of 3300 years, the cause of the young pharaoh’s demise remains shrouded in secrecy. However, scientific advancements may finally be bringing us closer to solving this ancient puzzle. The episode investigates the question: Who, or what, killed King Tut?

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“Who Killed King Tut?” continues the series’ exploration of historically compelling topics, presenting fresh evidence and perspectives on infamous and enigmatic events. The program includes access to previously unavailable documents, personal diaries, and DNA evidence, offering new insights into this ancient mystery.

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History’s Greatest Mysteries: Who Killed King Tut? airs on Monday, June 3, 2024, at 9:00 PM on the History Channel.

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