Here we are again the the case door. Yes my able friends another fine mystery we have today. It is not history as we know it as it is within living memory of most of us. However it will not fade away no matter how long the world lasts. so shall we look at the simple facts. We all know a murder took place of a young nanny of the family children. We know that the marriage of Lord Lucan and his wife as he lived across the road in a one bed flat whilst she occupied Lucans family address in a very upmarket part of London England. Continue reading “The amazing case of Lord Lucans disappearance”
We must look at the facts around the death of this sad King. We can and will look closely at all things related in our search for what really happened to the ex King who handed his crown to his able son and vanished off that stage we view.
Enough said let us go forth together yet again. You see this story is a mystery too. We seem to be drawn into a good riddle more easily than most subjects. Me too. So here we are at stage set. Barclay Castle an ancient family seat in England.
Here, after our subject for today we find him playing chess with Lord Barclay his host. History claims Barclay was indeed his jailer but nothing can be further from the truth. Continue reading “King Edward 11 and the case of the empty tomb”
History unfortunately does not always record who our ancestors were. Lost of name and face they may be,but vestiges remain. Stone circles and ancient battlefields tell their own part of that shadowy story of ancient peoples if we have but the mind to see.
Mystery is wonderful to our minds desires but so frustrating if we delve into a record of yesterday as will all prove to exist to set the story true? Not always is it so, as police seem to be baffled in murder cases often when case is from just over night and with all the technical aid of today at hand. For King Richard111 all London blamed him to his face the he had murdered his own nephews .The Princes in the Tower. Why did he say nothing and so remain silent according to the famous Paxton letters. Well! if he had not a single clue what could he say? Then it would have perhaps served him greatly to show the bodies and blame someone else whilst he was out of that city. That fact is he did nothing and that in Churchills eyes made him guilty. I can think like Sir Winston for I knew him. I shall give to you another set of evidence that may just help to change your mind Continue reading “The case of King Richard 111”