When a priest at the most Eastern Orthodox church in Russia, situated on the Commander Islands in the Bering Sea (almost 5,000 miles east of Moscow), starts to conduct his morning liturgy at 8 AM, the previous day isn't even... Jukka Suikki. Henri Sydler.
Such bodies, sometimes known as bog people, are both geographically and chronologically widespread, having been dated to between 8000 BCE and the Second World War. As much as 10,000 years old yet shockingly well-preserved, bog bodies like the Tollund Man are more incredible than any manmade mummy. He was found in the Borremose peat bog in Himmerland, Denmark in 1946.