Daily alternative news articles at the News Desk for GrahamHancock.com. Featuring alternative history, science, archaeology, ancient egypt, paranormal & supernatural, environment, and much more. Check in daily for updates!
To sign up to the Graham Hancock newsletter mailing list, please click here.
September 14 2012
When Canadian-born Michael Ibsen, 55, was invited to the dig to find the Plantagenet king Richard III, he felt "pretty surreal".
In 2005, a historian, Dr John Ashdown Hill, after years of painstaking research, had telephoned his mother, Joy. Joy, a UK-born journalist who emigrated to Canada in her 20s, was, he informed her, the 16th-generation niece of Richard III – a direct female descendant of his eldest sister, Anne of York.
"My mother was quite sceptical, but he was persuasive and she agreed to give a DNA sample. We thought it was something so abstract it was difficult to be emotionally involved, just a nice story to tell grandchildren, if we ever have any.".
[Follow article link...
Back to Previous...
Go to News Desk...
Enjoy the newsdesk? Please tell others about it:
Add Graham via his official Twitter, Google+ and facebook pages.
Dedicated Servers and Cloud Servers by Gigenet.
Invert Colour Scheme / Default