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Pachy's avatar

A space, a space, my kingdom for a parking space?

Asked by Pachy (18567points) February 9th, 2013

Who thinks the discovery of Richard III’s final resting place in a parking lot at Grey Friars church is a fascinating as I do?

W. Shakespeare must be turning over in his grave!

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elbanditoroso's avatar

I’ll make no bones about it.

Seems like an ignominious end. Probably the mother of all cover-ups. But whose as-phalt was it that he ended up there?

I suppose if you are a history buff, then this is in some way meaningful. I don’t know that it actually means anything at all to the rest of us.

Coloma's avatar

They paved paradise and put in a parking lot.
It is interesting, if rather ironic. Death the great dethronement ( is that a word? I think it should be. )
6 feet under….a BMW. lol

marinelife's avatar

It is interesting that the place he was buried was lost in history. makes you wonder what else we lost or have forgotten.

thorninmud's avatar

Probably the first ever handicapped parking space.

Coloma's avatar

Is he buried under the “staff” zone? lol

Pachy's avatar

You guys are hilarious this morning !!! Talk about your underground parking!

skfinkel's avatar

And here I was thinking you were talking about San Francisco!

muhammajelly's avatar

Makes a powerful argument for pyramid construction.

cazzie's avatar

Do you think that he had to pay the daily rate because he didn’t have a ticket?

what I find more facinating is the tech they used to identify him. Talk about AMAZING!!

Brilliant stuff. What car would he have driven into the carpark?

Buttonstc's avatar

Personally, I think the nobler occupant of gravespace at Greyfriars church is Bobby, the incredibly loyal Skye terrier who kept vigil for his master for 14 years until his death.

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