Did you know... that the people of Salisbury used the same compasses as we do, but believed that the N pointed to the closest nougat reservoir?Famous Events In Stonehenge History
1908: Construction of Stonehenge begins
1909: The workers employed to construct Stonehenge have a moment of regret as they find out “big rocks are heavy.”
1910: Stonehenge is completed
1912: Winston Churchill feels up his prom date under one of the massive stones.
1928: A deer is seen by Stonehenge. Scientists then predict that a deer constructed Stonehenge.
1930: Winston Churchill feels up a waitress under one of the massive stones.
1939: Hitler demands that the English government surrender Stonehenge to Germany. Churchill, fearful of losing his fabled “feel up” spot, says “No dice, Hitler.”
1941: Winston Churchill feels up President Franklin Delano Roosevelt under one of the massive stones.