The Mysterious Skeleton at Stonehenge

In one of my many trips to Stonehenge, I visited the  museum in the nearby city of Salisbury. On display there was an ancient skeleton excavated from the ditch that surrounds the Stonehenge circle. Based on radiocarbon analysis, the skeleton was estimated to have been buried around 2000 BC, when the stone circle was being erected.

Archaeologists identified the remains as belonging to an strong, tall man approximately twenty-seven years old. He was shot with arrows in his back and sternum. Some have speculated that this was evidence of a ritual execution. But I had another idea, which became part of the plot in Scroll X of The Stonehenge Scrolls.