A Neolithic grave found in Fengate contained a man who had been killed by being shot with a flint arrow, the head of which was found lodged between his ribs. He was accompanied by a woman, a baby and a child, with unknown cause of death. The skeletons are on display in Peterborough Museum.
Why did all four individuals die at the same time and be buried in the same grave? Were they a family?
Was this a very early multiple murder?