American Robert Moore was found dead just outside Buckingham Palace – three years after his passing.
According to reports, Moore arrived in Britain in 2007. He sent hundreds of “strange and offensive” letters to the Palace, including pornography. Then he mysteriously disappeared.
Moore’s whereabouts had gone unnoticed by authorities until this past March, when someone from the parks authority walked through West Island, a small island in St. James’s Park near the Palace [see the location]. He discovered a skeleton lying next to some vodka bottles tied to a belt, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Moore is not the first royal stalker, but unfortunately, he will not be the last.
Charles Stisted, 47, a friend of the Prince of Wales, was killed when his plane crashed in Mourne Mountains, County Down, Ireland a year ago.
Stisted was chief executive of the Guards Polo Club at Windsor. He was on his way back to England after a shooting party with friends at the Irish estate of the Duke of Abercorn. The Duke is also a good friend of Prince Charles.
A preliminary hearing was held today. The inquest is expected to take a week.
Reports have emerged saying that Mike Tindall, husband to the Queen’s granddaughter, misled officials about his wild night that led to a romp with a blonde woman.
A blonde woman, it should be noted, who was NOT his wife.
Tindall, who only married Zara Phillips a mere 2 months ago, was caught on camera kissing a woman during a drunken night out in Queenstown, New Zealand. Tindall was there for the Rugby World Cup.
“His recollection on his whereabouts that night was inaccurate and he has issued a statement apologising. He did not mean to mislead anybody,” said Martin Johnson, manager for the England rugby team for whom Tindall plays.
A drunk, raucous Tindall plus “free-for-all-Fergie” and “Air Miles Andy” can’t be doing anything good for the Queen’s blood pressure.