- I go away for a few days, and…
I return to find that you lot have missed the Knights Templar story!
They have found a significant 700 year-old cave under a field in Shropshire that was once used by the Knights Templar. How cool is that?!?
EDIT: The story is only 3 hours old at the time of posting this. I checked.Posted 3 years ago
I did spot it on a news feed earlier, interesting stuff!
The article wasn’t very in depth though.
Be interesting to see if there are any artifacts or if it’s been cleaned out.Posted 3 years ago
I’m quite gasflabbered that the candles are still burning after all these years, quite amazebalz.Posted 3 years ago
those lights are good for being 700yrs oldPosted 3 years ago
Unlike the Knights, heart felt condolences saxonriderPosted 3 years ago
So that’s where jivebunny has been hidingPosted 3 years ago
So that’s where jivebunny has been hiding
😆Posted 3 years ago
This is down the road, St Mary Magdalene Church, Albrighton..
Makes you think..
Posted 3 years ago
The end of innocence 😥Posted 3 years ago
I’m saying hoax – no way are those still alight
(reads bikebuoy’s post)Posted 3 years ago
Only in the leap from the lions head will he prove his worth……..Posted 3 years ago
Only in the leap from the lions head will he prove his worth…
Good pub, that. Although, when it comes to selecting your drinking vessel you must choose wisely.Posted 3 years ago
It’s apparently Georgian according to some historian chaps on the Twitter. It’s been known about for years. Nowt to do with the Knights TemplarPosted 3 years ago
It’s actually Joe Cocker’s tombPosted 3 years ago
It wasn’t in the Da Vinci code, which is a renowned historical tract and therefore I call bullshit.Posted 3 years ago
Why would Joe Cocker need a tomb? Advance planning?Posted 3 years ago
It is cool in itself. But surely lots of things were used by the knights templar at some point or another? And why are/were they special?Posted 3 years ago
We’ve got a couple of those christmas decorations that spin round from the heat of tea lights underneath; there is a massive variation in how long tea lights from different places last and how quickly they make the thing spin, so maybe they just found a really good source?Posted 3 years ago
It seems the caves are more likely to be 18th or 19th century.Posted 3 years ago
It is cool in itself. But surely lots of things were used by the knights templar at some point or another? And why are/were they special?
Illuminati, bad Dan Brown fiction and crap Nicholas Cage films, also because they were amazingly wealthy and no one admitted to getting the wealth after they were disbanded.
The Pope’s hat might have got a bit bigger and more golden and I suspect 🙂Posted 3 years ago
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