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Want to build your own stonehenge in your backyard by yourself?? This can be achieved...These techniques show you how tons of stone can be possibly moved around without using any expensive equipment..
22 Oct 2006
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A retired man builds his Stonehenge using the "techniques" he believes the original makers of the Stonehenge used. He moves a 22,000 pound concrete block without any machines.
5 Nov 2006
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Get a quick clip as i pass by the legendary stonehenge
4 Dec 2006
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Obviously USA have their own STONEHENGE! :) Check it out!
4 Dec 2006
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Magic Music November 2000 saw the launch of `Stonehenge 4 - Echoes of ancient Mysteries' of Hatfield's End. Stonehenge 4 of Hatfield's was presented as `An English production', composed and executed by a group called Hatfield's End. It is possible they consist of two people; the inlay only shows two pairs of eyes. The recording location is The Hannover House, South England. Does this mean something to you? The label on the disc makes me think of Pink Floyd of Syd Barett. In short - Mysteries..! The mysterious act is successful. For twenty weeks the album reaches the Top 100, the highest place being 33. The mystery remains, no-one guesses the identity. On the internet crazy rumours circulate - Syd Barett, the psychotic creator of Pink Floyd, may be part of the group! October 2005 - the new album of Hatfield's End “Revealing the Myth - Stonehenge 5” is launched. Exactly 5 years after Stonehenge 4. The description of the music is still the same as for the previous album, i.e. in a truly sublime quality of sound (we may safely speak of an audiofile miracle) a musical world is presented which seemed lost forever. However, the album differs from its predecessor through more use of accoustical instruments, which causes the end result of its sound to be even `warmer'. And…is the mystery still a mystery?? No, the composer of Hatfield's End - Stonehenge 4, Revealing the Myth - Stonehenge 5' is the 55-year old musicist Paul Hattink, an inhabitant of Breda, the Netherlands. For many years in his Furrier Studios Paul has laboured on the compositions which are so characteristic for his two albums. Paul has a long musical career, with local bands like Splash Down and Aubergine as well as the soundmix show of Hennie Huisman with “Na, Na, Na” of The Shoes. He also performs as a classical pianist entertainer and plays at parties with his trio The Paul Hattink Band. There are also several radio commercials. He is very knowledgeable as far as high-end stereo apparatus is concerned, and imports and is sales representative of the brands Accuphase (in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg) and Cabasse (the Netherlands). He has published articles in a journal named Audio-Opinie under a pseudonym (“Jean Hauteparleur”).
20 May 2007
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Ancient and mysterious monument, a clip from "My Pub Runneth Over”, a free Intrepid Berkeley Explorer visit to Britain and Ireland, with London, Stonehenge, Ireland's Blarney Stone, Dublin, Cliffs of Moher; Scotland's Edinburgh, highlands, bagpipes & Loch Ness, plus interviews, pubs, and much more. ). To enjoy all of this film, and over 30 other free, non-commercial, streaming travel videos from every continent, plus still pictures, please click on Related Link below, which takes you to my Video Page; or ask a search engine for: Intrepid Berkeley Explorer
26 Sep 2007
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One of Spinal Tap's most famous and hilarious scenes. England's notorious "Spinal Tap" run into some difficulties when lead guitarist Nigel confuses inches with feet. The mini Stonehenge is said to be a parody of one of Black Sabbath's tour in which they used a Stonehenge model so large, that the band members had hardly any space to move.
2 Jan 2008
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What do Oxford, Brighton, and Stonehenge have in common? They are all an hour train ride from London. London Day trips coming up next on travelwishtv****. Known as a haven for immigrants and dock work since the 19th century, the East End of London occupies a special and interesting part in the national imagination of England and those familiar with its culture. Today it offers visitors a look at a dizzying array of cultures, history, and modern innovation. Get the details, right now on travelwishtv Wanr to party London style, We have you covered on this London edition of travelwishtv.
24 Apr 2008
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Christopher Guest as Nigel Tufnel from the movie Spinal Tap shares his theories on Stonehenge's "builder."
22 May 2008
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Christopher Guest as Nigel Tufnel from the movie Spinal Tap thinks the National Geographic Channel should produce Stonehenge Decoded using puppets.
29 May 2008
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Christopher Guest as Nigel Tufnel from the movie Spinal Tap shows off his guitar-related Stonehenge research methods.
26 May 2008
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Christopher Guest as Nigel Tufnel from the movie Spinal Tap thinks something is missing from National Geographic Channel's Stonehenge Decoded.
22 May 2008
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The Cahokia Mounds, Collinsville, IL Cahokia Mounds, Collinsville, IL - Just over the Illinois border near St. Louis are prehistoric ruins of an ancient city. Cahokia is long gone, but mounds that were once barriers and buildings of a vast empire still stand. Also, a rebuilt calendar known as Woodhenge, is every bit as puzzling and accurate as Stonehenge. The site hosts various archeological digs, and is a must see if you are cruising through Southern Illinois.
20 Jun 2008
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A Stonehenge piece created out of Ivory Soap.
29 Nov 2008
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