Every year during the week before Easter the churches in the community get together and take turns doing community Easter services during lunchtime. Today was preacher from the Christian church (Disciples of Christ). As part of his lecture he told us that tradition has it that Adam was buried under the hill of Golgotha and that when the earthquake shook Jerusalem a fissure opened in the ground next to the cross allowing the blood and water from Christ's side to drip onto Adam's skull. Huh? Have I lived under a rock all these years? What traditions? (Whose traditions?) :BangHead: Yeah, my youngest was with me. While I've given her a suitable explanation, I was caught entirely by surprise and wonder if there is more I should tell her.