Weird History DNA Evidence Reveals That King Tut Was Probably Disfigured, Crippled, And In Pain His Whole Life  

Mick Jacobs

King Tutankhamun is most famous of the ancient pharaohs, yet King Tut lived a less regal life, one defined by physical handicaps and related suffering. The video below delves into details revealed by a "virtual autopsy" conducted thousands of years after his death.

In ancient Egypt, the pharaoh was thought to be a physical embodiment of divinity. As a result, royals felt a need to keep the throne within the family bloodline, resulting in a lot of inbreeding over many generations.

The cost was high for royal children like Tutankhamun. When modern scientists conducted a high tech autopsy on King Tut's remains, they confirmed that the ruler suffered from several conditions caused by his inbred heritage. 

His "pure blood" meant a painful life and an early death for Tutankhamun. The Egyptians also believed that as long as the memory of a pharaoh lives on, however, the king remains safe in the afterlife, and there's no way you're going to forget about King Tut after watching this video.