This site is considered by some to be the tomb of Shmuel Hanavi (Samuel the prophet). Others disagree.
There’s a joke about a tour guide that took his group to the tomb and told them this is the tomb of the prophet Shmuel. The next day he took them to a different location and told the group that this other location was the tomb of the prophet Shmuel. The tourists asked him, “Which one is it?” The quick-thinking tour guide responded, “Yesterday we went to the Tomb of Shmuel Aleph (1), and today we’re at the Tomb of Shmuel Bet (2).”