Medieval stone coffin moved to Bosworth Field museum

A medieval stone coffin, once used in a water garden and reputed to have belonged to King Richard III, has been installed as an exhibit in the visitor's center of Bosworth Field, the site where Richard was killed in 1485.

"Everyone should come along and take a look at the coffin and all the other exhibits at the battlefield which date back to the time of King Richard III," said Tony Kershaw, chairman of the county council. Experts are skeptical that the coffin actually held the medieval king.