Five bodies dating from the Bronze Age are found in a deep pit on the Isle of Thanet in Kent. One of them is an old woman, who has been manipulated into a position where she is pointing at something. But at what? And why?
More than 1400 bodies in a long-forgotten cemetery in Ispwich. Tori Herridge and her team see first-hand evidence on their bones of hard manual labor, disease, murder, and what might be the first post-mortem dissection in England.
The jumbled remains of over one hundred young men are found on the site of a proposed car park outside Andover in Hampshire. The first dating tests reveal that they are Anglo-Saxon. Denied Christian burial, thrown carelessly into their graves, who and why? Tori Herridge and the team investigate.
Beneath an upmarket shopping arcade in Leeds city center archaeologists discovered the remains of children and teenagers. As Tori Herridge and her team discover their broken bones reveal what life was like for the children of the industrial revolution.
In what appeared to be an ordinary 19th Century Bristol graveyard archaeologists discovered the bodies of 13 people whose skulls had been cut open. Tori Herridge leads an investigation to find out why and uncovers a link to a Bristol hospital, a celebrated surgeon, and body snatching.
One after another, archaeologists reveal eight Roman cemeteries on the site of a planned housing estate near Amesbury in Wiltshire. One grave seems to have been disturbed. A middle-aged man has been stabbed and beheaded after his burial. Who did this? And why? Tori and the team investigate.
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