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Quite interesting until you read between the lines and then some disturbing questions arise:
- These skulls were discovered in 1922 - why is it taken 80 years to realise that the find was important?
- The good doctor claims that they were a burial - so did they find the rest of the skeleton and if so what position were they buried in?
- What ages were the skulls - are we looking at a family or ancestors over a period of time?
- Lost islands of Somerset - nice idea, have they been reading my book?
(by Robert John Langdon)