Medieval coffin still Bosworth mystery

For years, a medieval coffin served as a water-garden flower bed in the village of Earl Shilton, England. Now, the sarcophagus occupies pride of place as an exhibit in the courtyard of the Bosworth Battle­field Visitors Centre. Did it belong to Richard III?

Even though the stone "mystery coffin" has been dated to 15th-century and was made for a high-prestige individual, there is no proof that it held the body or bones of the last Plantagent king, whose body was ravaged and defiled after his defeat at Bosworth.