Nothing like a good religious debunking to brighten the day. The Shroud of Turin started out as a money maker for a small church in the 1300s and was immediately recognized as fake. With a faster progression now it reappears every couple of years and is, again, debunked.
Maybe there should be a new story? The old one is, well, old.
And I won’t even go into the absence of any Roman evidence for the first century CE stories that produced the Hellenized Jewish mystery cult that became popular at the end of the first and beginning of the second century CE.
Here is a quick summary from the last fit of this that addresses all the ‘proofs’ included here: