‘Truly amazing’: Peter Paul gets up close and personal with a rare ‘Mummy’ fossil icon

Posted November 21, 2018 12:07:57Peter Paul, the “Mummy” author and the author of “The Amazing Adventures of Peter Pan” and “The Princess and the Frog,” has been sharing his photos with a select group of his Twitter followers.

In a series of tweets, the actor has shared images of a fossil of a human skull from a mummified body found in a quarry near the town of Kremmling in western Australia, with a caption reading “Truly incredible”.

He captioned the images with a message reading: “A skull in the sand.”

The photo was taken in 2014 by Peter Paul, who was not on set at the time.

The actor has since shared several photos of the fossil in which he and his team of research assistants have been working.

The skeleton, which is about 25 centimetres long and 6.5 centimetre wide, has been found by a local community member, who says the fossil is “a piece of history”.

“We have been digging the ground for years,” he said.

“We are only a stone’s throw away from the quarry where we found the fossil.

It was about 20 years ago.”

I think it is a very, very important find, it’s a piece of a very important period in Australian history, and we have been lucky enough to have it.

“It was an important find for us.”

The actor and his staff are trying to make sense of the “mystery of death” and the “magic of life”.

“I was looking forward to seeing this skull when I got home, but we were a little bit afraid that maybe I would lose my jawbone, and the bone might fall off,” the local man said.

“But we had this big smile on our faces and the locals were just like ‘what’s that?’ and I was like ‘I’m not going to tell you what it is, it was a big bone.'”

The local man, who does not want to be named, said the skull had been part of the local community for centuries.

It was first brought to him by a friend in the late 1980s, and he had never heard of it until now.

“When I got the call from the local person, it just hit me,” he told ABC News.

He said he had not been able to find any information about the skull until now, so he decided to share his findings.

“The next day, I had the skull in my hands and I just knew I was going to love it,” he explained.

“And I thought, ‘why not just take it out and show it to my friends and let them know that I think this is something special’.”

Peter Paul said he was not surprised by the news.

After all, “the mystery of death has been solved,” he added.

“You see the pictures of it, it looks very much like it was made of bone.

It is very, really, very special.”

The skeleton was found near the village of Krembie, which lies in a dry valley, about 10 kilometres (6.5 miles) south of Klamath in the state’s north.

It has been named the Kremming Skeleton, after Kremmy, a town in central Western Australia, where the skeleton was first discovered.

A few years ago, the Kramming Skeletal Complex was formed and the remains were transported to Kremmie for a new study, which has not yet been completed.

Kremmie is about 80 kilometres (50 miles) from Perth.

Peter Paul has said he is not interested in getting a new skull, but is interested in finding out what it was.

Read more about the Klemming Skeletons skull.