Lord Lucan

  finerty 11:46 18 Feb 12
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Lord Lucan might of been living in Africa according to the BBC and some witnesses.

Lord Lucan

  Forum Editor 17:06 18 Feb 12

He might have been living more or less anywhere, but Africa has always been considered the most likely location.

  morddwyd 19:41 18 Feb 12

So shy hasn't this mysterious former PA been arrested and charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice?

Aspinall couldn't have had that many PAs.

  birdface 21:36 18 Feb 12

Yes it has been confirmed they are still Lucan for him.

  rdave13 21:41 18 Feb 12

buteman , worse than my feeble attempts at humour but you made me smile!

  Aitchbee 21:43 18 Feb 12

...they have been Lucan high 'n' low....but...he might be in between!

  sunnystaines 09:13 19 Feb 12

i presume he is now deceased and surprised his death did not get released by those in the know

  Forum Editor 11:17 19 Feb 12

sunnystaines

"i presume he is now deceased"

Why do you presume that? He would be 77 now, and may have quite a few years left yet. He was declared officially dead by a Judge in 1999 so that his executors could finalise details of his estate, but that didn't mean he was actually dead.

  Quickbeam 11:44 19 Feb 12

I can't believe for a minute that with the prestige and headline profits that would be made he is or has been alive for a very long time.

There's more chance of finding Shergar surreptitiously ploughing a field in Norfolk than finding him now!

  sunnystaines 13:01 19 Feb 12

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perhaps he is still alive then in ranch somewhere.

I wonder if this africa rumour is disinformation and than after a few years abroad he slipped back into GB.

  finerty 12:13 22 Feb 12

We Lucan here and we Lucan there but haven't Lucan him yet

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