Monday, July 17, 2017

Lord Lucan On Monday Mystery...!

Let's take a look at a fairly recent mystery from the 1970s. This one involves a murder suspect and his disappearance. No one is really sure what happened to him, but plenty of speculation is still lingering, as you might expect.

What Really Happened To Lord Lucan?



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During the 1970s, the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Lord Lucan, as well as the death of his supposed victim, was huge news in the streets of London. After being accused of killing his children’s nanny and attacking his own wife, Lord Lucan (aka Richard John Bingham, 7th Earl of Lucan) seemed to disappear off the face of the Earth, and not much was known about where he disappeared to—until now.

Novelist Peter James has recently suggested that Lord Lucan’s aristocratic circle of gambling friends (known as the Clermont Set) helped him escape England in a “light plane” to Montreux, Switzerland.[8] However, after Lucan began talking about how he wanted to contact his children to let them know he was alright, the group was spooked and had him killed “Mafia-style.” His body is believed to have been buried in Switzerland out of fear that the group’s involvement in Lucan’s escape would be revealed.

In recent years, some have even suggested that Lucan was in fact innocent of the murder. However, this fact continues to be disputed.

This story was taken from the folks at Listverse...and I thank them for it.

Coffee out on the patio if the weather co-operates. Otherwise, we'll have it in the kitchen.

5 comments:

linda m said...

Very interesting story and theory. Sounds like it probably is true. Coffee outside sounds great.

Momlady said...

Hmmm, a real whodunit. Wonder if the mystery will ever be solved.

Beth Bailey said...

When and if it is ever solved I know we can count on you to inform us. Thanks, Bubba. Love you.

JO said...

Now that is a good mystery. I don't remember this buy the 70's were busy as I was raising 4 kids and didn't pay much attention to things like this. Now I wonder if he attacked his wife why wouldn't he have killed the nanny?

I wouldn't mind the patio

HermitJim said...

Hey Linda...
Could be true, but who knows for sure?
Thanks for stopping by today!


Hey Momlady...
I would have to say no, if I were guessing.
Thanks for coming over today!


Hey B...
I'll sure do my best.
Thanks for the visit this morning!