Follow the link below to see a truly amazing sight - the facial reconstruction of a prehistoric man. I love the power of science, and it is incredible to look upon the face of someone who actually existed thousands of years ago. His face is reconstructed from a skeleton near Stonehenge, although the man lived long before the settlement there. It is estimated he was between 25-40 when he died, and scientists believe it was an infectious disease that killed him. Visitors can see his face at the new visitor centre at Stonehenge, costing a whopping £27 million.