Radar scan of Shakespeare's grave confirms skull apparently missingBreaking News
Shakespeare's skull is likely missing from his grave, an archaeologist has concluded, confirming rumors which have swirled for years about grave-robbers and adding to the mystery surrounding the Bard's remains.
Four hundred years after his death and burial at the Church of the Holy Trinity in Stratford-upon-Avon, central England, researchers were allowed to scan the grave of England's greatest playwright with ground-penetrating radar.
But in the area under the church floor where the Bard's skull was expected to be, they found signs of interference.
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