The Shroud of Turin Research Project (STURP), a group of scientists who began researching the Shroud in 1976, stated in its report: 'The actual image was created by a phenomenon (as yet unknown) or a momentous event that caused .
What does STURP stand for?
STURP stands for Shroud of Turin Research Project
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A director of the Shroud of Turin Research Project (STRP), Ray along with his team had concluded that the 14ft-long linen cloth was fake.
The Shroud of Turin Research Project spent 120 hours examining the cloth in minute detail but was unable to explain how the image had got there.