Sunday, 7 February 2016


Lord Lucan, who went missing in 1974, has been declared dead by the High CourtThe only son of missing peer Lord Lucan has consoled the son of the nanny his father murdered in 1974 - saying they 'both lost parents' that night.
Lord George Bingham has finally been granted a death certificate 42 years after his father vanished following the murder of Sandra Rivett, nanny to Lord Lucan's three children.
He applied for the certificate under the Presumption of Death Act, which came into effect in 2014, so he can inherit the title as 8th Earl.
Lord Lucan disappeared after Ms Rivett was found murdered at the family home at 46 Lower Belgrave Street in central London on November 7, 1974. His disappearance has come to be one of the greatest mysteries of the past 50 years, attracting an endless series of conspiracy theories

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