The British ‘Indiana Jones’ claims that the Holy Grail is in England

An amateur archaeologist named British Indiana Jones claims that the world’s greatest relics are hidden in a secret crypt in Hunslow, west London.

Barry-John Bower, 40, believes the Knights Templar captured the Holy Grail during the Crusades and brought it back to a crypt hidden by a weir at the man-made Duke of the River Newmberland.

Bower had studied the Templars for the past few years and was convinced that he had received approval from the environmental agency, which would divert the river so that they could bring special equipment for the survey of the river belt.

The archaeologist has invested thousands of dollars in his own ground-effect radar equipment to prove his theory early next year.

“When I find it, it’s going to be the greatest discovery in history – the greatest discovery of mankind,” he told the Sun. “Now I’m in the water which makes me more certain. It looks hollow. That sounds right. Below is something. Why not Hunslow? ”

Legend has it that the Grail – the cup Jesus drank at the last supper – has infinite power and has been discovered over the centuries by many, including treasure hunters, archaeologists and the Nazis.