Salisbury Plain, Wilts - (Rotters): Newly discovered archaeological ruins in the Stonehenge area have sent a shiver down the spine of geo-evolutionary scientists after positive proof of an early palaeolithic Creationist Museum was found in the latrine-area of the ancient settlement.
Excavations of the Durrington Walls area found remains of houses once occupied by the builders of Stonehenge which have been dated to around 2,600 BC, as well as evidence of buildings once used for ritual feasting and funeral ceremonies.
But other, more grim discoveries show that a rebellious faction of fundamentalist Picts, descended from incestuous ancestors who had abused apes for recreation pleasure, attempted to destroy the Henge shortly after it was completed.
The fundamentalist barbarians then installed their very own monument on the ancient site, enscribed with the dire graffiti in pre-Romano Gaelic script: "This solar temple did not exist."
Archaeologists are hoping to salvage all the available ruins and display them at an inhuman rites symposium in London later this year which will trace the onset of incest among early homo sapiens as the underlying cause of fundamentalist evangelical mentality in the 21st century.