November 4th, 2007
09:13 PM ET

A Famous Face

On today's show, we covered a story about the first public viewing of King Tut's face. He's probably one of the most famous ancient Egyptians; even if you don't know much about him, you've heard his name. He's basically a mummy rock star. But hardly anyone's seen his face in 3,000 years! It's a total mystery.

To me, mysteries are interesting because they're just that... mysteries! But what do you think? Is it more fun to let your imagination come up with an idea of what this ancient ruler looked like? Or would you rather check out Tut's unmasked mug and see the real deal?

Filed under: Uncategorized
soundoff (One Response)
  1. Megan

    I like mysteries because they are interesting and make you think. I remember when I was younger that I would always read the mystery books from the library. I think that I would eventually like to know what King Tut actually looks like. It would be fun to imagine and come up with your own image at first but after a while I would want to know what the real him looked like.

    November 18, 2007 at 6:07 pm |