by kevin widdop Lincoln in Steven Spielbergs forthcoming biopic, said his family is taking each day as it comes. London Lite Thursday, 27 August 2009 21 Horror movie corpse sparks police drama Jokebox......... This blokes perfect in every way -- except... hes trying to find a partner on the internet Home away One weekend, twO places, yOur cHOice & Why: The capital of the Cotswolds is a smart market town brimming with wonderful shops, pubs and churches. Where to Stay: The Corinium Hotel (coriniumhotel. com) sits in one of the citys oldest streets. A four- poster room for two including breakfast costs 109. How to get there: National Express ( coach from Victoria amendable return: 32.20. Takes around two and a half hours. Where to eat: Founded in the 17th Century, the Nelson Inn ( is a ship- themed pub that does good ales and reasonably priced food. What to do: Visit Cirencesters ancient Charter Market (mentioned in the Domesday Book), or Cirencester House (cirencesterpark., home to one of the finest landscaped gardens in England. Information: Cirencester Why: Once a seedy port, Alicante has transformed itself into a vibrant holiday destination for Spaniards and foreigners alike. Where to stay: The 4-star Melia Hotel ( is surrounded by the harbour and Santa Barbara Castle. From 80 a night. How to get there: Fly with British Airways ( from Gatwick. A weekend return trip costs around 320 and takes just under two-and-a-half hours. Where to eat: Nou Manolin ( prides itself on all its fresh food from the local markets. A good meal from the lunchtime menu is just 10. What to do: The amazing Bonfires of Saint John festival, where people burn just about anything they can get their hands on, takes place from 19-24 June. More information: Kelly Armstrong Alicante FILM-MAKERS shooting a horror movie sparked a full-scale murder alert after burying a torso in a wood. A teenager found the corpse hidden in a remote copse as he walked his dog one evening. He called 999 and police and forensic experts rushed to the private wood in Aston End, near Stevenage, Herts. Geoff Searle, 29, was rapped by police chiefs after triggering the dead body drama. He had been filming a scene for a short horror film, Meat After School, for an American competition, when he and his crew decided to take a dinner break. Geoff and his crew hid the dummy torso in bushes for safekeeping and went off to eat. They returned an hour later to find their props had disappeared. Mr Searle, of Aston, said: We couldnt believe they just vanished. Filming was held up as we went to search for them. It was only when my mum asked around in the pub that we realised what had happened. Mr Searle has now recovered his imitation torso from police. LIAM NeeSoN has become a US citizen because of the support shown by Americans following the death of his wife Natasha Richardson. The Northern Ireland-born actor said touching condolence letters sent to him by well-wishers had prompted him to seek citizenship after living in America for 20 years. Neeson, 57, made the revelation during his first interview since the death of the actress in March following a skiing accident in Canada. Appearing on ABCs Good Morning America, Neeson said that the US had been very good to him. He described the couples sons, Michael, 12, and Daniel, 13, as doing good five months on from the tragedy. I am still getting extraordinary con- dolence letters from American people that are deeply touching. That is part of the reason why I recently became an American citizen. America has been very, very good to me. I am still a proud Irishman, of course, but I have become an American citizen and I am very proud of that, said Neeson. The actor made New York his home after marrying Richardson in 1994. Both achieved success in American films and theatre. Neeson, who plays Abraham grieving liam has become a Us citizen Proud: Liam Neeson and late wife Natasha Richardson index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html