The demolition squad sent in to raze the white-walled mansion of killed terror chief Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan's Abbottabad has unearthed two Bibles, containing coded clues to future terror attacks.
Two hidden copies of the Bible have been found at the house in Abbottabad where Bin Laden was shot by US Navy Seals last May.
Sources revealed that several pages of the English-print editions had been folded over and particular texts marked.
The members of Pakistan's ISI security service were examining the volumes in a bid to find out more, The Sun reports.
Now Pakistani intelligence officials suspect a coded pattern for past and future al-Qaeda attacks may be hidden within the Bibles' pages.
Another theory is that the terror chief may have been seeking out Christian texts to justify his actions.
An ISI commanding officer among those who oversaw the demolition of the bin Laden compound told The Sun: "We had already cleared the compound before demolition but found two copies of the Bible and two radio sets. The Bibles were in English and we cannot be sure why they were there."
A political battle is now being waged to stop the site, 30 miles from Pakistani capital Islamabad, being turned into a shrine.
Local authorities favour building a hospital there, but religious fanatics want a mosque or an Islamic madrassa school.