Originally Posted by david1955
I read a book years ago about him which said he wasn't an evil man with a grotesquely twisted back. I can't see how the discovery of his skeleton will change things. Historians will continue to disagree .
Yes they'll disagree over whether or not he was responsible for the murder of the two sons of Edward IV but it's going to be pretty hard to disagree when there's skeletal evidence in front of them that he didn't have a hump or a hunchback.