Tsar’s great grandson buried in Darwin after dying alone and unknown

Sydney (dpa) – The great grandson of Russia’s tsar, Leonid Kulikovsky, was buried in Australia’s northern city of Darwin Monday after dying in the Outback alone and unknown.

It took police nine weeks to determine the identity of the72-year-old after his body was found under a tree in the town of Katherine where he collapsed on September 27 while walking his dog.

Kulikovsky had lived alone in a caravan park for the past six years but nobody knew his real name or his royal ancestry. The park owner, Peter Byers told the NT News he was known simply as “Old Nick” who kept to himself and “never, ever” mentioned his royal heritage.

RIP
Nothing mentioned about what happened with his beloved dog!
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