In 1983, a French female doctor named Phihirô, after many years of research, found that the cause of death was due to an over-sensitive reaction to the toxic bacteria of excavators and tunnel visitors. tomb. We’re gonna have the hap hap happiest christmas poster. According to her research, the conditions of those people are basically the same, infected in the lungs, difficult to breathe and die. She explained: “After the Egyptian Pharaohs died, they buried precious gold and silver, and clothes; in addition there were many vegetables and food. But those vegetables and foods, over time. For thousands of years, it rot produces poisonous bacteria that cannot be seen by the naked eye, which latches on to the tomb, regardless of whoever inhales these toxins, the lung becomes acutely ill, in the end, it was difficult to breathe and died in pain. So far, that explanation is considered the most plausible.