Leicester burials continue to mystify

The mysteries surrounding remains found under a Leicester, England car park continue with efforts to identify the bones of a woman found in the vicinity of those suspected to belong to King Richard III. Experts are puzzled at the burial of a woman in Greyfriars church, a male institution.

The "high status" burial of the woman lead researchers to believe that the remains might be those of Ellen Luenor, one of the founders of the friary, who died in the mid-13th century.