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The Lost Tomb of King Arthur – Graham Phillips, 26th April 2016.

 

Best-selling author and historical detective Graham Phillips willgraham_phillips be talking about his new book, The Lost Tomb of King Arthur, presenting compelling evidence that the fabled monarch was in fact a real-life historical figure who united the Britons to fight the invading Anglo-Saxons around 500 AD.

 

 

 

He will describe his exciting twenty-year quest to uncover the truth behind the legends of Camelot, Excalibur and the Holy Grail. But most astonishing of all, he will reveal the location he believes King Arthur was buried. With the help of eminent archaeologists, and the latest scientific equipment, Graham has what he argues to be definitive proof that the body oLost Tombf a warrior buried with his shield – just as ancient manuscripts describe Arthur’s burial – lies in isolated countryside in the Midlands of England. A body that dates from the exact time Arthur is said to have lived.

 

Graham Phillips is the author of seventeen books on historical mysteries, including the Staff of Moses, the Ark of the Covenant, and the secret life of William Shakespeare. He has appeared in many television documentaries, and his works have been published worldwide.

 

The Lost Tomb of King Arthur is published by Bear & Company on April 18, 2016.

Advanced copies can be ordered from Amazon. Graham’s website is grahamphillips.net

 

IMPORTANT DETAILS

The venue for this event is:

IMG_9289St Chad’s Church
Greengate Street
Stafford
Staffordshire ST16 2HP

Doors open at 6.00pm, Graham Phillips will start at c. 6.30pm

PARKING is available very close to St Chad’s in the town, please see our Parking in Stafford map

If you have any questions, please call 07912 842060

We are sorry that no refunds will be made in the event of non-attendance. Booking is made subject to our Terms and Conditions here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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