Mystery Explored: Stonehenge: Secrets Revealed
Expedition Dates: May 17 - June 3, 2005


Stonehenge is one of the most famous prehistoric monuments on earth.  But, who built it, how did they build it, and why?  I traveled throughout England and Wales investigating the truth behind the stories of Druids, cults and human sacrifice.  I scaled down ancient copper and flint mine shafts; tested the tools that would have moved the giant stones, and researched the potential connection of the Amesbury Archer – a man whose journey from a foreign land probably changed the Stonehenge world forever.

Sponsoring Institution: The History Channel

Experts involved:
Catherine Tuck, Archaeologist, Touch the Earth
Dr. Andrew Fitzpatrick, Archaeologist, Wessex
Eddie Daughton, Primitive Technologist
John & Val Lord, Primitive Technologists
Dr. Julian Richards, Archaeologist
Nick Jowett, Great Orme Copper Mine

Locations Visited:
Salisbury Plains, England
Grimes Graves, England
Great Orme Copper Mine, Wales



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