George, Duke of Clarence, known informally as Clarrie, was the brother of Edward IV and Richard III. According to history — as informed by the Tudor propagandist plays of William Shakespeare — he was executed for treason by Edward IV. Richard later told many that George had not been killed for cause, but because of a campaign against him by Edward IV's wife, Queen Elizabeth and her family.
In reality, however, Edward had left his execution up to Richard, who deliberately spared George, and allowed the former Duke to live in exile as a tavern owner. There, he looked over "Susan" and "Judith" — in reality history's two missing "Princes in the Tower". (AUDIO: The Kingmaker)