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But the abstract describes "an experimental protocol by which special wrist and foot attachment mechanisms safely and realistically suspend the male subjects on a full-size cross." The researchers used the image on the cloth to work out the mechanics of the crucifixion, such as where the nails were hammered in, according to the abstract.
But there was a problem with the findings—the Vatican, which owns the shroud, refused to allow other researchers access to the data.John Moores University, Liverpool, forensic expert Matteo Borrini and his team had been hoping to see if the blood stains were consistent with someone who had been executed on a T-shaped or Y-shaped cross.Instead, the research found the blood splatter came from neither.There were amazing details on the body that looked like wounds of a crucifixion - but not as depicted in paintings, with nails going through the palm.“A French surgeon did some macabre experiments on cadavers in hospital.He discovered that the palms of hands don’t carry the weight of the body.“The only place that would is the wrist, which is where the wound is on the body in the shroud.”Despite carbon dating essentially disproving the Shroud of Turin was Jesus’ burial cloth, Mr Rolfe believes the mystery is still open. I have hopes of making a new film which will bring it all up to date.”More recent research has also suggested the Turin Shroud was a fake.