Tim Daw, of An Englishman’s Castle blogging fame, has been very clever indeed here.
Human remains are set to be placed in a Neolithic-style burial chamber in Britain – the first to be built in the country for 5,000 years.
Tim Daw, 52, has almost completed his long barrow burial mound, which will eventually hold the remains of thousands of people.
Some 40 people have already reserved a £1,000 ($1,680) spot in the 165 ft (50 metre) long structure, in Daw’s field near All Cannings, Wiltshire, and it is set to be completed this summer.
He’s turned a couple of acres of farmland, worth perhaps £10k, into £1.75 million. By digging a hole in it and charging people to stick their waste into it.
A guess the pints are on him next time we’re around Marlborough way then….