It's been an interesting few months since October when whilst carrying out routine conservation work, the ancient tomnb of Edward the Confessor was discovered by 'chance' under Westminster Abbey, a crypt and chamber with a stone vaulted roof revealed by archaologists using the latest GPR technology, forgotten subterranean chambers of a number of royal tombs dating back to 13th/14th Century. This February the 'accidental' find of a tomb in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt when it was assumed there were no others there to find. Days later, another 'chance' find this time the biggest ever underground tomb in Greece. So what gives ? As the biblical prophecy asserts, the dead will rise up. Who next - the tomb of the Magdalene currently suspected by some, unexpectedly, to be found within the precincts of Lincoln Cathedral according to the 'Lincoln Da Vinci Code' ?