No one knows what's inside an ominous black granite sarcophagus recently discovered in the Egyptian city of Alexandria, says the country's Antiquities Ministry, but it's probably nothing.
The nearly nine-foot-long object is estimated to be 2,000 years old, explains Smithsonian, and a layer of mortar between its lid and the main body indicates that it has not been opened at that time. Experts say that being buried for so long "may or may not have" infuriated a deity buried inside, encouraging her with a horrible fuel of vengeful fury that could destroy life on Earth as we know it.
An Egyptian official named Dr. Ayman Ashmawy says that the sarcophagus, discovered during routine excavation related to a construction project, was found about five meters underground. "And we can curse the day he was disturbed by his rest," he said quietly afterwards.
An alabaster head was found in the same tomb:
His face, pale and without eyes, may be the last thing have been seen.
Or it might not be like that!