CASPER, Wyoming - A team of historical scientists have stumbled upon the grave of the famous Queen of Egypt, Cleopatra VII Philopator, better known simply as Cleopatra.
The scientific team led by Dr. Jonas. V. Wittmaker was actually out searching for dinosaur bones when they happened upon the amazing discovery.
Many historians believed (falsely) that Cleopatra was buried in Alexandria shortly after her death from an asp bite to her ass on August 12, 30 B.C.
But DNA samples taken from the Casper grave prove conclusively that Cleo, as her third husband Mark Anthony called her, is buried in Casper.
Reports are that her descendants want to take her remains and bury them in Egypt since that is where she lived and loved and wrote her music with lyrics by Wesley Junior.
SIDENOTE: Carrie Consuelo Cullenweiser, who wrote the definitive book on Cleopatra titled The Definitive Book On Cleopatra said that the Egyptian queen left most of her money ($15,812.73 U.S.) to The Restore The Pyramids Foundation of Egypt.