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Human remains explain Stonehenge mystery
17:19 29 May 2008
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Linda Geddes

 

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Theories have ranged from moon temple, to observatory, and even a UFO landing site. Stonehenge is one of the enduring landmarks of prehistoric times, but the mystery of why it was “

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