KING RICHARD III’S REMAINS FOUND … UNDER A PARKING LOT
Last week I read that archaeologists in England believe they have discovered the long-lost remains of King Richard III under a parking lot in Leicester. In case you don’t remember Richard, he was the king from Shakespeare’s “Now is the winter of our discontent” play who was described as a hunchback madman who offed his two young nephews in the Tower Of London and ended up running around a battlefield shouting … “A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse!” before being killed in 1485 during the Battle of Bosworth Field. Historically, he was not treated very well and the monastery where he was buried was torn down centuries ago and eventually paved over as a parking lot.
While I haven’t found any royal remains recently, I do believe that I have uncovered the petrified remains of a genuine dragon during a walk in the woods in the autumn mist in a land called Honah Lee last week.
If you look closely at my Pick Pic Of The Week, you’ll see the dragon, too. Unless it is just my imagination running rampant or an optical delusion.