King Tut's tomb may conceal Egypt's lost Queen

 Nefertiti by Reuters Videos 0:56 mins

      Experts say they are optimistic that King Tutankhamun's tomb has

passages to a hidden chamber, which may be the last resting

 place of the lost Queen Nefertiti. Jillian Kitchener reports. Link to

Reuter's Video Here

Here is another update by Newsweek Author Paula Mejia

King Tutankhamun’s final resting place has been known for almost 100 years, since Howard Carter’s landmark discovery of the tomb in the Valley of Kings in Luxor, Egypt in 1922.

Now, researchers say they’re convinced the Egyptian pharaoh’s tomb bears a hidden chamber that has yet to be explored. The size of the chamber is unknown, but researchers are confident the radar imaging scans indicate that it does, in fact, exist.

So what’s in the hidden chamber? Some researchers are confident that the long-lost remains of Queen Nefertiti, thought to be Tutankhamun’s stepmother (she died in 14th century B.C.), may be among the treasures lying behind a partition wall in the tomb. Read More Newsweek by Paula Mejia