Did Richard III murder the two children of his predecessor, Edward IV? Scientists say DNA could finally solve the 500 year-old 'princes in the tower' mystery | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Did Richard III murder the two children of his predecessor, Edward IV? Scientists say DNA could finally solve the 500 year-old 'princes in the tower' mystery

Finally geneticists have obtained a sample of DNA that could settle one of Britain's most curious cold cases.

It has long been believed the medieval English King Richard III murdered the two children of his predecessor Edward IV in the Tower of London in 1483.

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