Richard III: Woman feels chill in Leicester car park where human remains found

'I absolutely knew I was walking on his grave': Woman feels a chill in car park where human remains found thought to be Richard IIILeicester University scientists expected to confirm remains are Richard III'sConducted a range of tests including carbon-dating and a DNA match with a descendent of the Plantagenet King's sisterPhilippa Langley who initially funded excavation said she was '99% sure' A documentary will also be screened on Channel 4 charting the excavation and subsequent testing /12/15/article-2248448-1685748A000005DC-527_306x555.jpg” width=”306″ height=”555″ alt=”Confirmation: The human remains found under a car park in Leicester are expected to be confirmed as belonging to Richard III ” class=”blkBorder” /> Confirmation: The human remains found under a car park in Leicester are expected to be confirmed as belonging to Richard III A skeleton thought to be Richard III, discovered underneath a car park in Leicester, was found after a women had a hunch that he was buried there. Screenwriter Philippa Langley said she felt a chill on a hot summer's day as she walked through the area where it was thought he was buried.

Police force re-opens search for clues behind "unexplained deaths" of eight people who have never been identified

Police force re-opens search for clues behind 'unexplained deaths' of eight people who have never been identified | UPDATED: 00:04 GMT, 12 December 2012 Enlarge This man was found on August 3, 1970 at Uxbridge Road Railway Bridge, Slough, several hundred yards west on the line Thames Valley Police today launched Operation Nightingale to find the identities of eight bodies of people who died in unexplained circumstances in the area over the last 40 years. In a bid to identify the bodies, the police have released new sketches, along with detailed descriptions of how and where they died

Two-hour delays and six-mile queues on M25 after fatal crash as lorry hits bridge support

Two-hour delays and six-mile queues on M25 after fatal crash as lorry hits bridge support A man killed at about 1pm today when lorry hit bridge parapet on anti-clockwise M25 carriageway Tailbacks stretched six-miles as emergency services worked at the sceneTwo lanes remain closed for resurfacing and Highways Agency said normal traffic conditions not expected until 6am tomorrowA second crash reported just three miles before lane closures | UPDATED: 01:43 GMT, 28 November 2012 A man died when a lorry smashed into the parapet of an overbridge on the M25 today. Police closed a stretch of the southbound anti-clockwise carriageway between junctions 17 at Maple Cross and 16 at Uxbridge following the fatal crash at 1pm