Check out this video about the History Channel’s show “Stealing Lincoln’s Body”. It is amazing what technology can do these days. Check it out:
A little bit late to watch it, I know. I’m sure though, if you are really interested, that they will view the special again or have it available for sale.
Aside from the bible and bits of writing from a few individuals, we have no physical proof that the Jesus of the Bible exists. Christians dismiss this theory because his body ascended up to heaven. But I ask, if this man was such an amazing teacher and a great human, wouldn’t he leave something behind to show us he was here? Wasn’t he a carpenter? Surely he built something. Yet, no viable physical evidence exists to support the claim that Jesus of Nazareth was ever here on this earth.
Jesus is very much a figure-like King Arthur. Similarly, both of these men had an effect on many people. But over the years, legend has taken place over facts. Things that did not happen were attributed to these people to make them look better than they were. I am not saying that Jesus did not exist. I am simply here asking for a piece of evidence. Decide for yourself.
Its December 8 2004. Former Pantera members Dimebag Darrell and Vinnie Paul are playing a show in Columbus, Ohio with their new band Damageplan. It appears that its going to be a great night. The band takes the stage and begins to play. The crowd goes wild. Soon, things go terribly wrong. It is about to become one of the darkest days in Rock n Roll history.
Little more than a minute into the first song, an tall gunman appears on the stage. He walked over towards Dimebag Darrell and fired off fifteen shots. The gunman is Nathan Gale, an ex-Marine with a serious mental issue. Gale believed that Pantera could read his thoughts and was laughing at him. During the event, he injured several people until he was finally taken out by a police officer armed with a shot gun.
Darrell was hit in the back on the head and died instantly. Dimebag Darrell has become an inspiration to many aspiring guitar players and even current stars of the rock genre.