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The houses of power

Lisa du Pont Moseley (also known as Lisa Dean Chandor MacGuigan Moseley, born Lisa Dean)

Lisa du Pont Moseley (also known as Lisa Dean Chandor MacGuigan Moseley, born Lisa Dean)A reclusive chain-smoking heiress, Lisa du Pont Moseley is best known for her connections to the 1998 murder of Pati Margello, the prostitute girlfriend of her son Simpson Dean MacGuigan. Wilmington, Delaware based and thrice married du Pont Moseley enjoys gardening and golf and is known as “Lady Chatterley” due to her 1989 union with her former gardener, Christopher Moseley (1941 – 2004). When told the police wished to interview her in connection with Margello’s death, du Pont Moseley sarcastically stated: “I can’t wait”. Whilst Moseley was convicted for his part in the murder in 2000 and sentenced to 16½ years in jail, he took the story of any involvement of the du Pont family in general and his wife in particular to his grave. Lisa du Pont Moseley, meanwhile, continues to refuse to comment on the matter.

 

 

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10 comments on “Lisa du Pont Moseley (also known as Lisa Dean Chandor MacGuigan Moseley, born Lisa Dean)”

  1. Where do you find these gem-like stories? An amazing tale of power, privilege and arrogance I’d say!!!!!!

  2. Dominic Dunn’s own story is a sad and sorry tale… Wiki the murder of his daughter and other interesting secrets

    He always stayed at Claridges, where he was most popular; I knew him through business, where he always displayed the utmost courtesy, taste and knowledge

    His Vanity Fair features on sensational trials were always riveting

    1. dean died three years ago in richmond va. you might still find his obituary on the internet. richmond times dispatch, 2013

  3. What, exactly, is the point of this page? At first glance it looks like an obit page but then I see mini stories of selected people. What am I missing?

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