By DAVID HORSPOOL
Among the many mysteries about the disappearance of the "Princes in the Tower" in or around 1484 is that they turned up again. Well, their remains did, in 1674, dug up by workers at the Tower of London and reinterred four years later, with the permission of Charles II, in Westminster Abbey, where their urn can be seen to this day. The mystery in this case is not that quite a few people doubt that these bones were those of the princes (Edward V and his younger brother, Richard Duke of York), but that so few people seem aware of the discovery at all. Perhaps that is because, unlike the man who is still widely believed to have ordered their murder, Richard III, their remains were reinterred with very little fuss.