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St James's Park, with Buckingham Palace in the background Johnny Green/PA Archive/Press Association Image
Royal Family

Body of man "obsessed with Royals" found near Buckingham Palace

The man’s body is thought to have lain on a small piece of land in St James’s Park for up to three years.

THE REMAINS OF an American man who was “obsessed” with the British Royal Family were found in St James’s Park – a location that has a view of Buckingham Palace.

His body was thought to have lain in the park for three years, the Telegraph reports today.

An inquest was told that Robert James Moore had a “fixation” with the Queen and the Royal family.

He sent hundreds of packages to the Queen which included offensive items and images.

His body was found by a tree surgeon on 15 March this year on a small piece of land that is only accessible by crossing a lake.

It is 100 yards from the entrance to Buckingham Palace.

No cause of death has been established.

Read more in today’s Telegraph>

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