How creepy is this?
Museum bosses are totally spooked after a time-lapse video revealed an Egyptian statuette has been slowly rotating in it's display case at the Manchester Museum, with no apparent explanation as to why.
The statue is a 25 centimetre relic of a man named Neb-Senu. It dates back to 1800BC and has been at the museum for 80 years. It was discovered in a mummy's tomb as an offering to the Egyptian God Osiris. The inscription on the statue asks for "bread, beer and beef".