Saturday, June 4, 2011

The Mysterious Death of Henry VI

Author Susan Higginbotham plumbs the mystery, saying:
If Henry was murdered, as seems most likely, the identity of his murderer or murderers is one of the best-kept secrets in English history. Richard, Duke of Gloucester, has been credited with the deed in popular legend, but there is no evidence that he was the murderer or that he carried the deed out alone if he was. He was present at the Tower the night of Henry's death, but so were many others. (Read entire article.)

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