- Scientists have found that the male blood appearing on the Shroud is a rare type AB. The blood penetrates the cloth as you would expect but the blood on the cloth was there BEFORE the image of the crucified man.
- The cloth reveals the man was brutalized with a crown of thorns and suffered nail puncture wounds on his wrists and feet. His knees were bruised from falling and the mark of a spear wound is on his side. Also consistent with the Gospels is that the man in the Shroud had no broken bones.
- the edges were burned and people say it could be from the "flash of light"
- the blood darkens the imprint of a human mans body
- the places where the body was wounded is the same places that showed on the cloth
- the sheet doesn't leave room for his head
- people think it was painted during the middle ages
- people think the shroud is just a piece of art
- people wonder how it ended up where it was found
- the carbon dating dates don't match up
my opinion: i don't think the shroud of Turin is real because there is no proven evidence and a lot of people have good reasons why it could be fake