May 29, 2008 12:42

New 'Spinal Tap' video released

Nigel Tufnel reveals how Stonehenge was really built…

New 'Spinal Tap' video released
A new Spinal Tap video has emerged – featuring guitarist Nigel Tufnel discussing his unique views on how Stonehenge was built.

In the 1984 'rockumentary' film 'This Is Spinal Tap' the band who star in the film use a mini-prop version of Stonehenge on stage – and now Tufnel has made some drastic claims about the historic site's origins.

The guitarist claims in a new National Geographic film that the site was built by just one man, a "very strong" man named "Duncan".

Watch the video at Natgeochannel.co.uk now.

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