King Tut's secret chamber doesn't exist, Queen Nefertiti mystery remains unsolved

After much speculation that the lost tomb of Queen Nefertiti sat inside the walls of King Tut’s Tomb, new findings suggest that's not the case.

The announcement was made by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities who said that they conclusively deny the existence of hidden chambers behind the walls of King Tut's tomb.

The boy king’s tomb was discovered in 1922 by archaeologist Howard Carter and is the most famous burial site in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings.

An Italian team of archaeologists used ground penetrating radar to disprove the existence of hidden rooms behind the burial chamber.

Very little is known about Nefertiti besides the facts that she was a powerful queen and the supposed mother of King Tut.

Finding her tomb would allow scientists the ability to conduct DNA testing and answer many unsolved questions about her.