Not only was the real location of Bosworth Field found again a few years back, but now they've located the bones of what they think was Richard III. The bones are undergoing DNA testing to compare it with his living descendants, but the manner of death seems to be consistant of the reports known about Richard's battlefield demise. And the skeleton also seems to have suffered from severe scoliossis, or curvature of the spine, and Richard has always been referred to as "Crouchback" by his enemies.
But now the controversy seems to stem from where to plant the man once identity is established. The British MPs seem to want to rebury him in Leicester Cathedral. That's all well and good and wholly suitable for a former monarch, but he was the duke of York and even requested burial in York Minster. Why would no one push for that?
Here's the story from BBC News.