The bones of Richard III were thought to be lost forever, buried unceremoniously on the battlefield. But in 2012, a skeleton was found in a parking lot, and history had to be rewritten.
I have written several times about last year's discovery of the bones of Richard III. See http://goo.gl/p6ciqT for my earlier articles.
Now an excellent video from the Smithsonian Channel ties all the stories together in one fascinating video. Best of all, the video is available online. You can watch this fascinating historical documentary on your Windows or Macintosh computer as well as on iPad or Android tablets and even on a standard television set by using any number of streaming video players, such as Apple TV, Roku, Google Chromecast, PlayStation, Xbox, and a number of streaming Blu-Ray players. Best of all, the video is available free of charge. When I watched it earlier today, the video did not contain any commercials.
Quoting the Smithsonian Channel's description of the program: