The Carlyle Expedition

h4. Members of the Expedition
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h4. The Expedition
The following information is generally known at the time; it was widely reported.
The Carlyle expedition was an archaeological research endeavour, focused on Egypt, undertaken in 1919, and led by the millionaire playboy
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. Carlyle gathered a small group of academics, along with a photographer and his bodyguard and confidant. They travelled first to London, to conduct preliminary research, before heading on to Egypt.
The expedition eventually left Egypt and went on to Kenya, ostensibly for a holiday. Whilst in Kenya they became lost, and it took almost a year for the news to break that the expedition, consisting of the original members, along with a score of bearers, had apparently been massacred in the Kenyan bush.
h4. Aftermath of the Expedition
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She led the party into the bush that discovered the massacre site, and the remains of the expedition. Ultimately, a small group of local tribesman were tried and convicted (and hanged) of the murder, and the story was considered settled.
She is now the sole heir of the Carlyle fortune.
h4. Clippings

The Carlyle Expedition

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