First we had Richard III, exhumed from a Leicester council car park in 2012. His bones had lain there since his death in 1485. Richard was recently reburied in the grand ceremony in Leicester Cathedral after the find captured the imagination of the British public.
Now there might be another one.
A team of experts is currently investigating the possibility that the body of Henry I, the youngest son of William the Conqueror, is also hidden, this time under a school in Reading.
How did he get there? And how might we get him out?
Come back next week and find out more.