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Knights Templar Search Chapel for Lost Treasure

The remaining members of the Knights Templar, who built Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland in the 15th century, are going to use modern, non-invasive technology, such as ultra-sound and thermal imaging, to search the structure for ancient relics. There are legends that saying that everything from the early gospels to the Ark of the Covenant and even the mummified head of Christ are buried there. The Apprentice Pillar is said to contain a lead casket which holds the legendary Holy Grail, the cup used by Christ at the Last Supper. It's believed that the Knights removed treasure from tunnels underneath the Temple Mount in Jerusalem in the eleventh century.

John Ritchie, grand herald and spokesman for the Knights Templar, says, "The machine we are using is the most sophisticated anywhere and is capable of taking readings from the ground up to a mile deep without disturbing any of the land. We know many of the knights are buried in the grounds and there are many references to buried vaults, which we hope this project will finally uncover."

William Henry is one writer and Dreamland guest who knows some of the Secrets of the Knights Templar.

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