Near a deserted intersection of rolling Danish fields, with nobody at all in sight, a solemn stone stands alone atop an ancient burial mound. The stone bears the name of Amled, the historical figure on whom Shakespeare based The Tragedy of Hamlet, possibly the greatest play ever written. Could this peaceful spot in the tiny town called "Amled's Heath" be the true resting place of the man who inspired literature's most conflicted figure, and the world's most famous Dane? The Mystery of Hamlet's Grave explores this question, and along the way reveals who Amled was and why it matters. For a version with Danish subtitles, visit vimeo.com/29529080.