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Lady Lucan: Were we wrong to believe just one side of the story? - Telegraph.co.uk

The act of murder is swift, on the whole. But then there is the aftermath. Veronica, Dowager Countess of Lucan, who died this week at the age of 80, would have known that better than most. Lady Lucan lived for almost 43 years with the fallout from the ...and more »

Lady Lucan, Last Witness to a Murder Most Lurid, Dies at 80 - New York Times

In November 1974, John Bingham, the seventh Earl of Lucan, a dashing but dissolute gambler, supposedly mistook his children's nanny for his estranged wife in the dimly lit basement of their London home and bludgeoned her to death. Then he vanished ...and more »

Did Lord Lucan murder because countess killed his kitten? - Express.co.uk

THE Countess of Lucan died believing she was responsible for triggering her husband's murderous attack because he believed she had killed a kitten he had given to their children. By Adam Helliker, exclusive. PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 00:01, Sun, Oct 1 ...and more »

Lady Lucan, British Widow Who Survived Attack by Her Killer Husband in 1974, Dies at 80 - PEOPLE.com

Lady Lucan — whose aristocrat husband vanished after he attacked her and killed their nanny 40 years ago — died of natural causes in her upscale London home on Wednesday, Sept. 27, at the age of 80, according to the New York Times. The estranged ...and more »

Was Lady Lucan about to heal 35 year rift with her family? Dowager asked publisher to take out references to her ... - Daily Mail

Lady Lucan asked her publisher to remove two references about her close relatives in her book shortly before her death because she 'didn't want to upset them'. The 80-year-old aristocrat was found dead on Tuesday at her home in Belgravia where her ...and more »

Did Lord Lucan kill because his wife slit his cat's throat? Kitten's mystery death 'tipped the aristocrat over the ... - Daily Mail

One of the last people see Lord Lucan alive has claimed he was driven to kill when a pet kitten he had bought from Harrods for his children had its throat cut and was posted through his letter box. George Weiss, who had played backgammon with Lord ...and more »

New theory claims Lord Lucan 'tried to murder wife because she killed a kitten' - Metro

A new theory that Lord Lucan tried to murder his wife because she killed a pet kitten he had given her as a peace offering has been revealed by one of his friends. George Weiss was one of the last people to see Lord Lucan alive in 1974, and believes ...and more »

Lady Lucan, 80, widow of killer Lord Lucan - The Boston Globe

LONDON — Lady Lucan, a British aristocrat who survived a vicious 1974 attack by her husband that sparked a decades-long mystery, has died. She was 80. London's Metropolitan Police said officers were called to a house in the upscale Belgravia ...and more »

'The pulling power of true-crime documentaries like Death On The Staircase is a mystery in itself' - HeraldScotland

IMAGINE this: an 80-year-old Dowager Duchess is found dead in unexplained circumstances in the same house where, 40 years earlier, her children's nanny was allegedly bludgeoned to death by the Duchess's mysteriously disappeared, aristocratic husband ...and more »