Little Rozalia Lombardo was a wonderful child. However, she died at only two years old because of an infectious disease. Her father, a rich Italian, asked a doctor to do everything possible not to turn the girl into a skeleton. This happened in 1920.
Dr. Alfredo Salafiya took a cocktail of formulas that today's scientists solved: zinc, glycerine, formalin and other ingredients. He scored them in the arteries of the child. As a result, Rozalia did not seem like a mummy but appears as a child sleeping.
Startling is that they are also reserved her hair, which even can grow as her eyelashes. Most inexplicable is that almost one hundred years later the doctor has gotten such a mixture that the little girl is completely preserved, even the eyeball of a rose. The beautiful child seems to be asleep and every moment looks like she will be awakened. Little Rose is the biggest attraction in the famous tombs of Palermo located in a Capuchin monastery.
The monks say that around the room in which lies the little girl, strange things happen. Once a visitor entered and exited with tears that the girl looked at him. He lost his mind, but now scientists examined the body and come to the conclusion that something is wrong, because there are slight changes in it. The girl is known as Sleeping Beauty.
According to the monks er calves where the mixture was scored into her arteries often radiates aromas of flowers. The monks say that sometimes they have the feeling that the child breathes. Studies have shown that she exhibits some weak pulses, despite the presence of formalin in her body she was buried as Snow White, in a glass coffin. Her parents wanted to see her last breath and wanted to be able to go and see her.See more