The Hurt Locker: The Shroud of Turin

Even in campaigns that don’t allow methods to resurrect the dead, the very thought of bringing the dead back to life is a compelling hook. Mythology has many places, things, or people that bring back the dead to life, but one of the most interesting is the so-called Shroud of Turin. Supposedly the burial shroud of the Nazarene (Jesus of Nazareth), it was imbued with miraculous powers after the Resurrection. From healing the sick to actually raising the dead, it has been attributed with many supernatural abilities.

          Physically, the Shroud of Turin is a length of cloth that appears to bear the image of a man who has been crucified…

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