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The utmost threat to William II, King of England, could never be frustrated or thwarted by his fortress of The Tower of London. Richard, son of William the Conqueror and heir, was inadvertently dispatched in a hunting mishap. His nephew was later coincidentally killed in another hunting accident in the very same forest. As in every pride of lions, the most formidable attack upon one’s legacy is frequently sprung against a dynasty from within: often from the very litter that share the King’s bread, if not his very bed.

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