This picture was taken on February 12, 1999 by lead investigator Scott in Robin Hood's forest by his gravesite. David is also featured in this picture with some ectoplasmic mist forming.
The traditional site of Robin Hood’s grave at Kirklees estate in Yorkshire, has been the subject of controversy since the sixteenth century. There are doubts about it's authenticity, and over the centuries there have been conflicting accounts regarding the contents of the gravesite. There are two stones associated with it: the slab with the cross, and the stone with the epitaph. A chronology is given in this section; this attempts to unravel some of the mystery surrounding the origins of Robin's supposed resting place.