Yale's Skull and Bones Auction; Skull Ballot Box?

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  1. MacNut macrumors Core

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    Someone's old skull is now worth a lot of money. According to reports, the human skull that apparently belonged to Yale's mysterious Skull and Bones society is now on sale. It apparently was thought to have been a ballot box for the secret society.

    Christie's auction believes the skull is from 1872. At the top of the old skull is a hinge you can open up to reach into the skull. It is believed that the secret society used it for voting and as a symbol. The Skull and Bones secret society guards its members and what it does. It's been doing this since the early 1970s.
    It is believed that both president Bush's were part of this elite society.

    The Skull and Bones secret society has been around since 1832 it is believed. The auction of the skull is estimated to go for a possible $20,000. The sellers name is secret, just like everything else it looks like. (c) tPC

    http://www.postchronicle.com/news/original/article_212277268.shtml
     
  2. obeygiant macrumors 68040

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    totally cool
  3. iShater macrumors 604

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    What makes it an "elite society"? just the selective membership? or the networth?

    Is it like the Stone Cutters? :p
     

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