Mortimer's Hole - On the 19th October 1330 supporters of 15 year old King Edward III entered the castle through Mortimer's Hole and captured Queen Isabella and her lover, Roger Mortimer, who had usurped the young King and were ruling England in his place. As you can imagine, the fate of Roger was not good and he was executed in London on 29th November 1330.
Ball and chain found in Thames. The world’s only known complete ball and chain, dating back to the 17th or 18th century and believed to have once been attached to a convict who drowned trying to escape, has been found in the Thames.
Trono di Sant'Edoardo Inghilterra- Cerca con Google
The West Kennet Long Barrow is a Neolithic tomb dating back to 3650 BC and is thus the oldest building in England. The inside tunnels were used as pagan burial chambers and are built from Saracen rock as seen on the exterior.
Glastonbury - Secondo le teorie dei fautori delle Linee parallele Ley Lines è il 4° chakra della Terra (centro energetico) Cerca con Google
"The vault beneath the Monument of Henry 7th and his queen in Westminster Abbey when opened 11 February, 1869, showing the remains cased in lead of James I, Henry VII, and Elizabeth of York. Drawn, at the discovery, by George Scharf."
La regina Isabella e Ruggero Mortimer davanti all'esercito
PRIEST HOLE: If you were a Catholic priest back when Queen Elizabeth I was on the throne, the thing you were praying for most was your own hide. Of course, hiding was exactly what many priests were doing—stowing away in secret chambers called “priest holes” that prominent Catholics built into their manors. This is a clever priest hole at Harvington Hall. Two of these steps have a hinge that enables them to be lifted. When opened, ta-da! a secret hiding spot.