Ancient Bullet in a Rhodesian Man's Skull: Out-of-place Artifacts (OOPArt)
In 1921 a Neanderthal skull was discovered 60 feet below ground in Rhodesia that produced a strange mystery. Upon examination it appeared that the skull had been pierced by a high velocity projectile similar to a bullet in the left temple area. Tests have shown that the injury must have indeed occurred at the moment of death and not from a stray bullet years afterwards.
This means that whoever fired the fatal bullet must have done it thousands of years ago. According to author, Rene Noorbergen: "A German forensic authority from Berlin has positively stated that the cranial damage to Rhodesian man's skull could not have been caused by anything but a bullet." The rounded entry point of the wound also testifies to the great speed at which the projectile would have had to have been traveling.