In Shakespeare's "Richard III," the king was described as a hunchback with a withered arm, who murdered his own nephews in his climb to the throne.
"A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!"
History says he met his demise in the Battle of Bosworth, in 1485.
Now, after scientists announced they've found and identified Richard III's bones, new questions are emerging about the king and his true nature.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with novelist Anne Easter Smith about the differing views of King Richard III.