Get Nicolas Cage on the phone — writers for the third “National Treasure” movie have more fuel for their historical fantasy fires.
The Associated Press reported Wednesday that archaeologists found the last remains of George Washington’s boyhood home near Fredericksburg, Va.
Amid the ruins were pieces of the home’s ceiling and painted walls, wig curlers — and a blackened pipe bowl marked with a Masonic crest.
Washington joined the Fredericksburg Lodge of the Masons in 1753.
“While we can’t say that this was George Washington’s pipe, we can wonder about it,” said Philip Levy, a member of the dig team.
We wonder what Ben Gates will make of it …