King Richard III Remains Found . . . Where?

Back in February, the embattled bones of former King of England, Richard III, were found under the concrete of a parking lot in Leicester, in the East Midlands of that country.

Never let anyone say otherwise. There is no shortage of literary fodder for the historically inclined. You may walk right over it on your way to the grocery store.

Time goes fast these days, and news comes just as quick — sometimes only four thousand years after the fact. This just in: Researchers have found a man made stone burial site twice the size of Stonehenge underwater in the Sea of Galilee. Question is, what’s it doing there?

More anomalies forthcoming.

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