A cluster of Ancient ruins have been discovered in a disused area of Biggleswade.
The unexpected find is believed to be the remnants of a long-rumoured ancient city – dubbed by experts and historians as ‘TWATLANTIS’.
It is believed that receding flood waters have left the structures visible for the first time in what is believed to be MONTHS. Graham – who spotted the stunning relics first – said: “This is unbelievable what I have found. These are the old buildings what people used to use in the olden days.
“I’ve never seen anything like it.”
He continued: “Even some words what are written on the buildings are still there. It’s unbelievable, really. What were these things for? Maybe they were for praying to the old gods what they used to have?
“Or maybe it was an old drinking area. Who knows what it was for but It’s like something what you see on the magic moving picture box when you put on the history channel.”
Biggleswade history expert Wallace confirmed the rumours that the ruins could be ‘Twatlantis’. He said: “What we are looking at here could very well be the ancient city of Twatlantis. Many thought it wasn’t true but now I think we have a chance to put that to bed.
“This is a really important find as we can now discover more about how people in the area behaved all that time ago. We can already see that people actually used to spend time outside in the old days and these structures suggest the ancient Biggleswadeans of the last decade possessed expert engineering skills.
“We will be sending a team to investigate in detail and see what we can learn from the ancient language what is inscribed on the buildings. We will also look at the way in which they constructed these marvelous pieces of architecture.
“We haven’t seen buildings and structures like these for many, many years. I hope they are preserved by the council forever – they usually do a great job with just leaving things be.”
Local authorities have sealed the area pending further investigations and plan to make the area as popular as Stonehenge.