Top positive review
but awesome, lots of information
on June 23, 2015
Too short, but awesome, lots of information, and it always sides with reason and logic. The negative reviews likely stem from true believers upset about the Jesus episode. The one about the princes in the tower is pretty far out there though. I don't know why they have a 50 year old man playing Henry VII, when he would have been in early 20's at the time. This was a young man in England for the first time since he was a child, who loved to fight on the battlefield. I don't think he was capable of slitting kids throats in the dark at that point in his life, later, for sure. I think Richard would have kept them alive in case he needed them at some point, he was a very cautious man. A man who we now KNOW did have a severe scoliosis, that was not just a rumor, he would have had trouble walking and riding. His skeleton was recently discovered. My money is on the Duke of Buckingham, or two women they're overlooking for some reason, Margaret Beaufort, a known religious fanatic who basically considered her son Henry VII the son of God and fought for decades to bring him back, nearly losing her own head countless times in the process, or Anne Neville, Richard's ambitious wife who despised Elizabeth Woodville, the boys' mother. A retainer could have carried out this request pretty easily, visiting the Tower on "an order from the king" and poof the kids are dead, and no one knows who to blame. I wish the royal family would let tests be done, what the heck are they hiding at this point, it can't really get any worse than what we already know about English history, LOL.