Six tourists at the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Peru are under investigation after local authorities were reported to have found feces inside a temple of the ancient citadel.
"According to the Incas, a person struck by lightning received great honor—a god expressed interest in that person," said bioarchaeologist Dagmara Socha.
Early Spanish reports suggest thousands of guinea pigs were sacrificed—but this is the first time archaeological evidence of the practice has been found.
Trains from rival companies collided while taking passengers to the UNESCO Heritage site.
"It's like a paternity test, not between father and son but among peoples."
History is written by the winners—unless newly revealed DNA evidence sets the record straight.
Lima, one of the world's driest cities, to fix disused waterways to prevent water shortages.