The hunt for the last resting place of the body of Jacobite Clan Chief Lord Lovat has hit a brick wall - in the crypts beneath the Tower of London.
The remains of a unidentified headless young woman, discovered in the search for the body of Jacobite Clan Chief Lord Lovat, have been laid to rest.
A religious service will be held next month to rebury the human remains of a young woman initially thought to be those of Jacobite clan chief Lord Lovat.
He was the last man in Britain to be beheaded as a traitor.
Forensic experts who exhumed a body from a Highland crypt – hoping it contained the remains of a notorious 18th century clan chief – believe they have found one bone in good enough condition to get DNA.
Forensic scientists have started to exhume the contents of a coffin in a bid to solve the 270-year-old mystery about the final resting place of a Highlands clan chief.
The mystery over the burial place of an executed Jacobite clan chief could be solved next month by a renowned forensic expert.
An early Scottish dirk associated with the last man to be publicly beheaded in Britain has sold for more than £2,400 at auction in the US.
A Highland clan chief was witnessed standing "completely at ease" on the dunes of a bloody Normandy beach seven decades ago, as bagpipes played and machine-gun fire whistled past.