On the western steppes of China, a remarkable find questions the origins of the Chinese race. Across the moors of Northern Europe, peat-cutters have unearthed hundreds of well-preserved mummies with disturbing injuries. Three children, perfectly preserved, were chosen to die as an Incan sacrifice to their gods. In the tropics, dead relatives hung in caves, visited and celebrated by the living. Each unique and compelling story captures a moment in the human journey, and reminds us that we are just flesh and blood.