St. Johns skeletons prove to be Vikings

In 2008, 37 skeletons were discovered buried at St John's College in Oxford, England. Once believed to have been victoms of the 1002 St Brice's Day Massacre, the remains are now believed to be Viking raiders.

New research on the bones shows that those buried in the grave ate large amounts of seafood, were taller than most locals, and showed evidence of knife wounds, leading experts to believe they were "professional warriors."