Through a replica of cemetery gates, a new exhibition offers a glimpse into the lives of people whose bodies were accidentally mummified in the mining town of Guanajuato, Mexico, more than a century ago.
DETROIT (AP) -- Thirty-six mummies on loan from a Mexican museum are making their U.S. debut at a $2 million exhibition in Detroit. The "Accidental Mummies of Guanajuato" goes on public display this weekend at the Detroit Science Center. The museum is the first of seven planned U.S. stops for the mummies. The Science Center is in talks to finalize the touring exhibit's other stops. The bodies had been accidentally mummified in the Mexican
Fern Britton is writing a book about bitching and backstabbing in the TV industry.Her debut novel will centre on a journalist and single mother-of-two who lands a high-profile television job.But as she climbs the ladder of fame she discovers that "friends can be enemies and jealousies can be deadly.Fern, 52, said farewell to viewers of ITV's flagship daytime show This Morning in July, after 10 years.There were rumours that her