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Tomb search to prove who wrote Shakespeare's plays delayed

Apr 14 2010

 

 

A SEARCH that was due to be carried out on a 17th century tomb in Warwickshire is still waiting to be completed.

 

In February, it was reported that historians had been given permission to place a small video camera into the monument at St Mary’s Church in Church Street, Warwick to prove who really wrote Shakespeare’s popular plays.

 

The diocesan council had agreed for experts to carry out the search in order to prove their theories that Warwickshire man, Fulke Greville was the true mastermind behind the bard’s work.

 

The search was due to have been carried out last month, but has been delayed as the experts try to negotiate terms with the church.

 

The church is keen to impose a disclosure agreement to avoid attracting unwanted attention to the tomb.

 

Those behind the search are also hoping to get a production company involved to make a documentary on their research.

 

It is thought Mr Greville, an Alcester-born dramatist and poet, may have hidden his drafts of the plays in the monument.

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