Where is Harold?

The Bayeux Tapestry famously depicts King Harold II's death by arrow to the eye during the Battle of Hastings, but new evidence may show that the king survived the battle.

Stratascan, the same geological survey company used to find the remains of Richard III, is being used to examine the grounds of Waltham Abbey Church in Essex, where Harold is thought to be buried, as part of a claim "that the king survived the battle and lived as a hermit until he died of natural causes in his eighties – about 40 years after the battle."

The survey process is being filmed as part of a documentary on the subject.