...but for now, say "Hi" to Tut and Akhenaten for me!
Ok, I won't forget it!... My journey starts at 5th of July (Tuesday!!) and I'm really afraid of flying with an aeroplane... You know, before the flying, there's always an aeroplane-accident-film on TV...
As for the Akhenaten's mummy topic, I found this aritcle in http://www.virtual-egypt.com/newhtml/special/amarna/akhmyst.htm
Another article which says the KV55 mummy is NOT Akhenaten.
What happened after his death
There is also uncertainty about events after Akhenaten's death. Evidence indicates that he was originally interred in the royal tomb at Akhetaten, along with his daughter Meritaten, and that he was later moved (by Tutankhamun possibly) to another location, probably the Valley of the Kings. It is possible that after his original burial the Mummy was moved to tomb KV55 in the Valley of the Kings to protect it from the anti-Atenist backlash. It is also possible that his tomb in the Valley of the Kings is yet to be discovered.
What happened to the Mummy
Akhenaten's mummy has never been positively identified. The most likely candidate was thought to be the mummy found in the tomb KV55 in the Valley of the Kings but it is very unlikely that this body is Akhenaten's. Research has shown it to be that of a young man. It is more likely that this body is of Smenkhkare. A piece of gold foil bearing Smenkhkare's cartouche, stolen when the tomb was opened, has recently surfaced in Germany which would seem to confirm the identity of the occupant.
The burial seems to have been hastily arranged using a coffin originally intended for a woman. The length of Smenkhkare's reign probably means that there was little time to make arrangements.