The Shroud of Turin is a linen cloth measuring 14 ft. 3 in. by 3 ft. 7 in., bearing the image of the front and back of a crucified man.
Who Is the Man of the Shroud?
This question – surrounding a mysterious, linen cloth – continues to puzzle scientists and experts.
Now, you get to decide.
In a groundbreaking, new streaming media series from Pilgrim Center of Hope; explore the facts from science, art, history, and more.
New episodes ongoing!
Our “Who Is the Man of the Shroud?” exhibition is a customized version of the original, namesake exhibition located in Jerusalem.
About the Presenters
How can we say we’re striving to create an unbiased series? What are our true motivations?
Watch below as Angela Sealana, Streaming Series Director, addresses these questions.
Statement of Bias: Pilgrim Center of Hope as an organization holds no official position on the Shroud of Turin. Pilgrim Center of Hope has committed to remaining objective in the presentation of exhibition and series material, providing information from credible sources.