Neil Lucock works for the Railway in England where he upsets other managers and signalers on a daily basis. When not at work, he listens to very loud rock music, enjoys tinkering with motorcycles, and reads a lot of history. He can usually be found in Welsh castles during summer sword fighting with other madmen and trying to remember the Spanish for "mail shirt."
Easter is the main Christian festival and a central part of the Christian religion, so, feeling inquisitive after spotting a poster at the railway station I checked out a local church web site. They said that God sent his "son" as a sacrifice to forgive us our sins so we could have eternal life. There are some problems with that statement...
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