Newly Discovered Pompeii Photos Reveal The Last Thing People Were Reaching For
Bodies frozen in time caused by a blast of hot ash that destroyed a city and population have been a hot topic among archaeologists for decades. One such archaeologist has stumbled upon never before seen photos of the Pompeii site.
It seems that today’s pandemic and other disasters have one thing in common. After studying the new photos that were discovered, they found that most of the bodies were reaching for something but couldn’t find out until now. The preserved bodies were reaching for toilet paper, in fear they would not have anything to wipe with after the volcano erupted.
This seems to back up the theories that toilet paper is worth it’s weight in precious metal when disaster strikes. Ancient Egyptian archaeologists have even found fresh Mega Roll 12 Packs of toilet paper in tombs of Pharaohs.