Wilts - (Slay Lines): A 500 ft snowdrop crop circle has sprung up in a Devizes rapeseed field, believed by many to conceal Queen's Boudica's tomb.
Farmers spotted the botanical etching following reports of a 'crowned woman warrior' ascending triumphant from a pit of snakes.
Aerial pictures show the iron(y)-rich blood-red local soil surrounding the flowers in a field traditionally dedicated to the cultivation of rape.
The location is close to last summer's Weeping Madonna crop circle, thought by some to depict wronged wife Colleen's Rooney's matrimonial plight.
Boudica famously fought off invading Romans and was raped and tortured along with her feisty daughters for the defence of her sacred realm.
Her last resting place is surrounded by mystery, with some insisting it's 'under Platform 10 in Kings Cross Station'.
However successive excavations by British Rail have only found corpses buried during the dark days of the Plague.
A British Archaeological Survey expedition will now head to Wiltshire armed with a search warrant from Queen Boudica's attorneys.
The dig may commence as early as next week.