Who's buried in Charlemagne's tomb?

In 1988, bones were secretly removed from the tomb of the Emperor Charlemagne for study and for possible identification. Now the results show that the remains are... probably Charlemagne's. (photos)

The bones revealed that the deceased was an old man who was tall and thin - all of which was recorded at the time of the emperor's death. He may also have walked with a limp due to leg and foot injuries.