Lord Lucan still isn't dead... yet
There has been no formal sighting of Lord Lucan since 8 November 1974, when he visited the home of a friend in Sussex in the early hours of the morning.
Since then, his fate remains unknown, although thousands of sightings have been reported across the globe. To read more on how the murderous peer's son is applying to have his father finally declared dead so he can at last inherit his true title, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.
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