A rabbit hole in the UK conceals the entrance to an incredible cave complex linked to the mysterious Knights Templar.
New photos show the remarkable Caynton Caves network, which looks like something out of the movie “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.” The shadowy Knights Templar order is said to have used the caves.
Really gets the imagination going doesn't it?
Quote: It might look like an ordinary rabbit's hole, but this tunnel unearths a stunning CAVE.
The unassuming hole reveals a cave which is hidden less than a metre beneath a farmer's field.
The untouched caves, in Shropshire, date back 700 years when they were used by followers of the Knights Templars - a medieval religious order that fought in the Crusades.
Photographer Michael Scott, from Birmingham, set out in search of the historical wonder after seeing a video of it online.
The 33-year-old said: "I traipsed over a field to find it, but if you didn't know it was there you would just walk right past it.
Quote: The temple, once used by the secretive religious sect and believed to date back 700 years, was found behind a rabbit hole in the Shropshire countryside.
It is thought the cave was used by the Knights Templar after their sect was literally forced underground by King Philip IV of France when he publicly burnt several of its prominent members at the stake.
The religious group were rumoured to have carried round the Holy Grail, most commonly identified as the cup that Jesus drank from at the Last Supper and that Joseph of Arimathea used to collect Jesus’s blood when he was crucified.
The incredibly religiously significant artefact has never been discovered, but there is a chance it may have been used by the Knights Templar in Shropshire.