The 900 year old, medieval skeleton shown itself in County Sligo, Ireland under a birch tree. His skeleton reveals signs of cut marks on hand and his ribs, indicating that he was fleeing an attacker.
As was his departure, the way his remains were shown was not nonviolent.
The birch tree he was entombed beneath was torn in the ground in 2014. His upper skeleton, including skull and his back, stayed trapped on the list of roots and were lifted to the air. His legs stayed in his grave.
He was over 5-foot 10-inches, taller in relation to the typical man of this age.
There are not any hints of it now although there are historical records suggesting the existence of a church and graveyard in the region. There have been no other skeletons discovered during the excavations.