Fol­low­ing the news that foren­sic ex­am­i­na­tions may end the mys­tery of the fi­nal rest­ing place of High­lands clan chief Si­mon Fraser, which his­tor­i­cal mys­tery would you like to see rein­ves­ti­gated and why?

BBC History Magazine - - Letters -

El­iz­a­beth Ann Brough The princes in the Tower. With the dis­cov­ery and re­burial of Richard III, this is the next im­por­tant part of the story, in my opin­ion. The princes de­serve a right and proper burial, just as their un­cle did. After all, one of them was also a king of Eng­land – Ed­ward V @ S1o­vatt How Robert Dud­ley’s wife died Julie McGuire Find the re­mains of Al­fred the Great Gra­ham Wride I would like to know who, con­clu­sively, was the ex­e­cu­tioner of Charles I Erin Fer­gu­son Jack the Rip­per has to be there, I guess. And the princes in the Tower. It is a bit sad that there are some mys­ter­ies that are just not meant to be solved, but at the same time, some mys­ter­ies de­serve one last chance to be solved, re­gard­less @ claire­marsh1990 Amelia Earhart’s dis­ap­pear­ance? Such a good role model for young girls look­ing to en­ter typ­i­cally male- dom­i­nated fields! @AileenF23 They need to reinvestigate the Salem Witch Tri­als, be­cause there are too many the­o­ries sur­round­ing its oc­cur­rence and not enough ev­i­dence @ teach­er­spice1 Lost colony of Roanoke. I need to know what hap­pened to the colonists and lit­tle Vir­ginia Dare! @ ShahidMohmand79 Jack the Rip­per. Not even the best of de­tec­tives could make a catch of the shad­owy fig­ure Steve Fox Lord Lu­can @ al­cib­i­ade­sisace Was Alexan­der the Great in on his dad’s mur­der? Diana Court I would like to see the skull of Anne Bo­leyn ‘ re­stored’ so we could fi­nally see what she re­ally looked like

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