Very occasionally, when I am reminded of it in some way, I wonder what the truth is of the 'body in the bag' mystery. I refer to the death of the MI6 man, Gareth Williams, whose body was discovered in a zipped-up and padlocked bag in his Pimlico flat some five years ago. The Mail has re-run a story from The Sun (We Love It!) which claims that Williams had hacked into Bill Clinton's social calendar - yeeeeeees, quite! It's all a bit confusing but apparently the Yanks found out and 'C', the head of MI6 was furious. (Actually, 'C' is now considered to be a tad infra dig these days and so he is called Sir John Sawers, er, cos' that's his name.)
Anyway, the combined brains of MI6, MI5 and Scotland Yard - can't think why they didn't ask ex-Cpl. Duff of the Intelligence Corps but there you are - have failed to solve the mystery of how exactly Williams was bumped off - some reckon suicide but even a trained yoga expert couldn't find a way of getting inside a zip-up bag and then padlocking it from the inside. Anyway, it's worth a read, better than some of the 'Pulp Fiction' I read - except, dammit, it doesn't have an ending.