- Who is Lord Lucan?
Biography of the 7th Earl of Lucan, also known as Richard John Bingham, who diappeared in November 1974 following the murder of Sandra Rivett, the nanny of his children.
- Why is Lord Lucan fascinating?
The Scandal of Lord Lucan is the greatest and most enduring murder mystery of the 20th Century. Lucan's disappearance stills holds many unanswered questions.
- Who was murdered?
Sandra Rivett was murdered on the night Lord Lucan vanished in 1974. She was the Nanny of the children and found clubbed to death.
- Was Lord Lucan a murderer?
The theories surroudning whether Lord Lucan was the murderer of his children's Nanny are many. It has never been finally established who was the murderer.
- What was the Clermont Set?
Information about the Clermont Set, a group of people who met and gambled with Lord Lucan at the exclusive Casino in Mayfair, London.
- Did Lord Lucan Escape?
Evidence which shows that Lord Lucan either escaped or killed himself is lacking. The theories about what happened continue to capture the public imagination.
- Did people gamble about Lord Lucan committing suicide?
The owner of the Clermont Club in Mayfair, London ran a book about which of the club members would kill themselves first.
- Did Lord Lucan command the Charge of the Light Brigade?
The Third Earl of Lucan commanded the Charge of the Light Brigade which was immortalised in the poetry of Lord Tennyson.
- What is the Lucan Crest?
A description of the family crest of the Lucan Family, depicting two chained wolves.
- Where did Lord Lucan learn to Gamble?
Lord Lucan had been gambling since his days at Eton College, the famous school near Windsor.
- What was Lord Lucan's favourite recipe?
Lord Lucan's favourite recipe was devilled kidneys which was perfect served with a bottle of claret.
- Where did Lord Lucan end up?
With over thirty books written about Lord Lucan, no one really knows where Lucan ended up.
- Who is William Coles?
William Coles is the author of Lord Lucan My Story and former New York correspondent for The Sun. He is also the Author of the Well-Tempered Clavier and Prelude.