Those bones they just dug up in a parking lot might be Richard III's9/12/2012
There may be a breakthrough in the hunt for some old royal bones. Archaeologists from the University of Leicester, who've been digging in a local parking lot, have found human remains that they believe belong to King Richard III. The monarch was the last crowned king to be killed in battle after being pulled from his horse and fatally struck on the head. The research team, which began the dig last month, said that the remains show signs of spinal abnormalities and a "cleaved-in skull" that suggest it's poor Dick. The bones are now undergoing DNA analysis, which will take about 12 weeks to complete. [Source]
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