Archeologists have discovered two 3,000-year-old "bog bodies" made from the remains of six different people. Scientists are scratching their heads:

A cynical theory, study author [Terry] Brown said, assumes that the Bronze Age people of Cladh Hallan were just eminently practical: "Maybe the head dropped off and they got another head to stick on." Another possibility is that the merging was deliberate, to create a symbolic ancestor that literally embodied traits from multiple lineages.