The writer of BLDG Blog records that he used to be Dun's neighbour and tells us:
It could be true. After all, it is widely believed that Boadicea is buried under platform 10 at King's Cross.
I think it's from Dun – but I don't actually know; I just associate this with him – maybe I made it up? – that I heard a legend claiming that St. Pancras Old Church, stranded on its small hill behind the train stations next to the old London Hospital for Tropical Diseases, is actually the secret burial place of Christ.
The church, obviously, was built much later, as a means of marking the site – at the same time keeping silent its little secret.
And thus somewhere in the London soil, we're meant to believe, is the body of Jesus Christ...
Imagine if it is there, though.
Imagine that it's down there, talismanic, demagnetizing harddrives and affecting the moods of certain bus routes. You're always happy whilst riding the 73 – and now you know why.