The mystery of Stonehenge -- how it was built and what it was for -- has kept scholars occupied for centuries. Now it seems they've got even more work because there are more stones -- lots more.
"New" 4,500-year-old relics have been found using the latest technology: ground-penetrating radar that can see beneath the surface, reports CBS News correspondent Mark Phillips.
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