Lord Lucan

Lord Lucan

Missing peer Lucan is not playing possum

THE hunt for Lord Lucan hit another dead end yesterday when a British man living rough in a car in New Zealand denied he was the missing aristocrat.

'Lord Lucan' living in an old car with pet possum

MISSING British aristocrat Lord Lucan is alive and living in an old car in New Zealand with a cat and a pet possum, it was claimed last night.

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Lord Lucan inquiry reopened in DNA 'breakthrough'

DETECTIVES have reopened the Lord Lucan case almost 30 years to the day since the aristocrat was named at a coroner's inquest as the killer of his children's nanny, The Scotsman has learned.

Lord Lucan murder case is re-opened

THE Lord Lucan murder inquiry has been re-opened almost 30 years after the aristocrat disappeared soon after his children’s nanny was killed, it emerged last night.

Telegraph still Lucan for a real front-page story

It was pretty obvious that the answer to the question - Is this Lord Lucan? - which the Sunday Telegraph plastered across the top of its front page last weekend was going to be a resounding: "No". Even the paper did not quite believe in its own "scoop", as evidenced by the fact that it did not bother to do a news story "write off" of the supposedly ground-breaking book it was serialising.

Not Lucan lucky for 'Lonnie'

LORD Lucan, I presume? Not proven, m’lud.

The man who was not Lord Lucan

SERVICEMAN 5012619. Halpin, Barry Thomas. A man with many titles: leading aircraftman; nursing assistant; mountain rescue team member; musician; raconteur, and general scallywag. Not Lord Lucan.

Lord Lucan Goa claim rubbished

THE man said to be Lord Lucan in newspaper reports last weekend is really a former member of a Scottish mountain rescue team and talented musician who could have been as famous as Billy Connolly.

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