Nigel Jones

Of course Richard III killed the Princes in the Tower

The Young Princes in the Tower. Edward V and his younger brother Richard, Duke of York (Credit: Getty images)

When archaeologists digging beneath a Leicester car park in 2012 uncovered the battered skeleton of King Richard III, it made headlines around the world. The discovery was hailed as the most exciting archaeological find since the unearthing of the boy king Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922. Now England’s most notorious king is back in the news.

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