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"I am not a believer, but I am first of all a curious person, and I like to investigate these mysteries, not necessarily related to religion," he said."It's not my fault if in Italy most of these paranormal facts are related to religion."For example, the image is superficial and has no pigment, it looks so lifelike and so on, and therefore they say it cannot have been done by an artist." His research shows the pigment may simply have worn off the cloth over the centuries since it was first "discovered" in 1355, but impurities in the pigment etched an image into the fibers of the cloth, leaving behind the ghostly picture that remains today. The artist took this sheet and put it over one of his assistants," he said.
The shroud allegedly was in a fire during the early part of the 16th century and, according to believers in the shroud's authenticity, that is what accounts for the carbon dating of the shroud as being no more than 650 years old.
Carbon dating in the 1990s suggested it dates from the Middle Ages.