Druid pleads for "founding fathers" of Stonehenge

In 2008, the remains of 40 bodies, thought to be at least 5,000 years old, were removed from Stonehenge for scientific study. Recently, in court, a Druid named King Arthur Pendragon pleaded to ''Let those we lay to rest, stay in rest."

Pendragon, who believes that the remains were of the Druidic priest caste, was defeated in his effort to have the remains returned to their grave at Stonehenge. Pendragon said: "If we don't get them to, force them to, put them back, they're going to end up in Salisbury museum."