Ground-penetrating radar has detected a row of massive stones near Stonehenge beneath the surface of the soil, which were likely erected around 4,500 years ago to delineate a special area such as a temple but were then knocked down and buried for unknown reasons. What do you think?
“Now I feel like a real sucker for being impressed by Stonehenge.”
Lorne Bucco • Unemployed
“When I first heard that scientists found a bunch of huge rocks in the ground, I had to double-check that I wasn’t reading some wild science-fiction story.”
Craig Noth • Layout Manager
“Stonehenge truly is one of those mysteries that just keeps getting slightly more compelling.”
Betty Hostas • Logo Designer