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    Famed Brit Expat Lord Lucan Alive

    LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 24:  Logos for News International newspapers at the entrance to the Wapping car park of the company on February 24, 2012 in London, England. Rupert Murdoch has been in London to supervise the production of the first Sunday edition of the Sun newspaper, which takes the place of the News Of The World which closed in the wake of the phone hacking scandal.  (Photo by Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images)

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    British paper The Guardian is reporting that it’s scooped Rupert Murdoch’s new Sunday edition of The Sun with the news that Lord Lucan, the British expatriate who disappeared in 1974 after allegedly killing his nanny, is alive and well. There hasn’t been a confirmed sighting of Lucan since the mid-70s. According to the Guardian, the Sun has been sniffing after the story, and caught a break when they tracked down a man who claims to be familiar with the aristocrat’s hideout in Botswana. Though there have been dozens of unconfirmed sightings of Lucan since he began his eccentric exile, he was declared dead in 1999.

    Read it at The Guardian