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The story of Prince Edward V is one of the most chilling and tragic tales in English history. The young prince, and the heir to the throne was imprisoned in the Tower of London at the age of only twelve years old along with his brother in 1483 by their uncle, the King Regent Richard III. Ostensibly, Richard III had ensconced his nephew in the forbidding fortress for his protection. However, it is believed by most historians that he had him murdered in the walls of the tower to secure his grip on the crown, which was eventually seized from him by Henry VII, the first of the Tudor dynasty.
Woman accidentally captures picture of ghostly murdered prince
For centuries, rumors have persisted that the ghost of the boy prince has walked the halls of the Tower of London seeking to make contact with people and tell them the truth about what happened to him hundreds of years ago. Now, some incredible evidence has come to light which suggests that these chilling rumors might well be true.
An English family who were visiting the Tower of London, which is now one of the historic city’s most popular tourist destinations, have published a picture which appears to depict the ghostly image of a child. Mary Ryan said that she was taking a picture of an incredible array of weapons which were on display in one of the tower rooms. When she was looking over the photographs after she got home, she was stunned to see the image of a young boy glancing over her shoulder. She claims that she and her family were the only people passing through the area at the time she took a photograph and that there were no children of the boy’s appearance anywhere near that particular section of the Tower at that time.
Could it be that this is proof of the ghostly presence of the young murdered prince?
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