Monday, June 19, 2006

'Da Vinci Code' followers swarm Scottish chapel

ROSLIN, Scotland - There's no mystical rose line running through it, no Star of David carved into the floor or a hidden vault where the fabled Holy Grail may rest. Reality at Rosslyn Chapel is very different from the portrayal in Dan Brown's hit thriller, "The Da Vinci Code," but the novel has been a boost for a church in desperate need of repair. The book suggests the medieval stone building perched in the Pentland hills outside Edinburgh could be the repository of the Holy Grail - and with it the secret of whether Jesus and Mary Magdalene had a child. [More]


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