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The skull, which was found in Langport in Somerset, was reported to the police and analysed.Months of tests revealed that it belonged to a woman aged 45 or older who had suffered chronic illness during her life.— Of the thousands of snow photos taken in North Carolina on Wednesday, one of the most talked about and shared shots came from a Raleigh woman who captured the chaos on Glenwood Avenue.

Her head appears to have been deliberately removed at, or shortly after, death and could have been part of a ritual offering.

Roger Evans, of Newtown, found the skull along the banks of the River Sowy in Langport back in March 2017.

'" said Lindsay Webb, who shot the picture with her i Phone and says the photo is 100 percent authentic.

Webb, who works as a stylist at Blo salon at Brier Creek, says she had been in the car for three hours with a stranger who asked for a ride when she took the picture.“As soon as we got on top of the hill, we could see the conditions. People were trying to weave their way up the hill, people were getting out and pushing other people’s cars, or just walking around," she said.

“People were trying to push it, and the wheels were spinning. At first, you’re thinking, 'Well, that car’s not going anywhere.' But then the hood lit up, and it was no time before that car was on fire,” she added.

About that time, Webb says, her boss contacted her to see if she made it home safely.“I said, 'No, I’m sitting in front of Angus Barn, and a car just blew up in front of me.' And then I sent him the picture,'" she said.

"I was walking back to the car and telling her, 'I'm getting back to the car (to) make sure I'm not blocking anything,'" she said.

Everest says she hates having her picture taken but has enjoyed seeing how the photo has spread.

For those who doubt the authenticity of the picture, Webb says she wants to assure people that it's real.

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