Awesome discovery: Missing skull from Shakespeare’s grave!400 years after his death

In an incredible revelation made by archaeologists who investigated Shakespeare’s grave. The experts concluded that there is a possibility that the skull has been stolen from trophy hunters over 200 years ago. The grave of Shakespeare is the inscription «cursed be he that moves my bones», ie “cursed anyone who moves my bones.”


However, archaeologists using ground penetrating radar (GPR), were able to look below the surface, where you believed is buried the famous writer.


The Kevin Colls, who led the study at Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon, said the discovery is the history that says the skull was stolen in 1794. The William Shakespeare died on May 3, 1616.

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