Science vindicates Spinal Tap on Stonehenge

Evidence has come to light that Stonehenge may have been used as a giant musical instrument:

Researchers from the Royal College of Art discovered that the central Blue Stones, which originated in South Wales, had musical tones when struck.

The theory could explain why the stones were arranged in a circle – so the sound would resonate.

Which is what Nigel Tufnel has been saying all along.

And the classic retelling done live: