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Man defrosting his freezer discovers ‘Pre-History Channel’ peas

hidden behind chicken legs from the Pre-Cameron eraScientists have dated the peas all the way back to 1992, following extensive carbon dating and looking at the ’best before’ date.

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Posted: Sep 9th, 2012
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Coins found in shed of Bexley Man

‘My wife hinted there might be a stash out in the shed,’ he said, ‘but I never really believed it as I spend quite a bit of time in there as a break from her.’

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Posted: Jun 29th, 2012
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Cache of flint weapons ‘stashed by gangs for future riots’ claims Sky reporter

A recently unearthed hoard of prehistoric flint arrow heads and axes had been secretly stored by a criminal gang of youths in anticipation of further rioting in the nation’s capital, Sky News correspondent Tom Parmenter has claimed.

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Posted: Sep 7th, 2011
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Farmer celebrates ploughing field without finding Saxon hoard

“We can’t move for the bloody stuff,” exclaimed John Clarke of Wewerere Farm near Dereham, “Multi-million-pound hoards of ancient bronze coinage and ceramics ruin a perfectly good plough, I can tell you.”

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Posted: Nov 4th, 2010
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Fossilised remains of Nerd discovered

Paleontologists the world over have been flocking to the site of an excavation in Essex to view the remains of what is without doubt the earliest example of a human nerd.

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Posted: Oct 2nd, 2009
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