Theories put forward by experts suggest Jesus was not actually crucified on a hill just outside Jerusalem.
According to The Bible, the Romans condemned Jesus Christ to death and crucified him in Calvary.
But archaeologist Robert Cornuke claims he was put to death in Silwan, a village now occupied by Palestine.
Mr Cornuke makes his claim in his new book Golgotha: Searching for the True Location of Christ”s Crucifixion.
The publisher of the book, Ron Matsen, chief executive officer of Koinonia House, says people are letting tradition get in the way of truth.
Mr Matsen said: “Mr Cornuke dismissed emotionally held traditions of the past that may have obscured the pathway to truth and opens the door to a whole new way of finding the Biblical site of the crucifixion.
“By using the compass of solid evidence, Bob charts a course for discovery that will thrill the willing Bible explorer who is on a quest for truth.
“Don”t let tradition get in the way of truth.”
But this new discovery is certainly not as crazy as spotting a crucifix on Mars.
In August a creepy miracle was said to have taken place when a Jesus statue was filmed opening its eyes in a church.
And last month there was shock when a mysterious “alien Jesus” was spotted in a 9/11 tribute beam.