Sunday, 8 January 2017
History buff gambles life savings to buy empty field in hope of finding lost medieval city - and strikes gold
A history fan was so convinced that secrets were hidden beneath the soil of an empty field he blew his entire life savings to purchase it.
Stuart Wilson has been finally proved right 12 years later after he dug it up to discover it was home to a medieval city .
The 27-year-old paid £32,000 for the 4.6-acre plot of land, where he found the site of the ancient industrial town of Trellech in South Wales.
The former toll booth worker lived with his parents so he could finance his field of dreams - and says the decision has fully paid off.Read More
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