A body has been found on Queen Elizabeth’s Sandringham country estate, and authorities suspect foul play may have been involved. The remains were discovered almost three miles from where the Royals spent Christmas, but it’s still unclear exactly how long the unidentified female may have been there. Police aren’t sure whether the spot where she was found is the murder scene or a dump site. As of press time, Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple is yet to comment.

Murder is a horrible thing, but when it happens in the midst of the aristocracy, it’s dreadfully interesting. Given how far the remains were found from the main house however, it’s entirely possible the Queen and her family won’t even be interviewed. According to the BBC, authorities have admitted they’re looking into cold cases from all over England in an attempt to match the remains, but beyond that, they’re offering very few details. The lead investigator even refused to divulge whether the victim was found with clothes on. Not showing their cards is probably the right game plan to catch whoever was responsible for this, but knowing silence is the proper police protocol doesn’t make it any less frustrating to those interested and in want of details.

If and when something comes of this, Pop Blend will be sure to pass you along the details because let’s face it, we’ve read way too many uppercrust English society murder mysteries to just quit during the first couple chapters.

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