1964 - March 27 - mv Fredericia renamed 'Caroline', dropped anchor off the Essex coast and began a test transmission which the next day would resume with regular programming under call sign of 'Radio Caroline'.
Peregrine Eliot married the sister of Ian Cowper's wife-to-be, on October 12, 1964 in London, with the reception being held at the House of Lords. His best man was Simon Miller-Mundy who was about to announce that he had lost a lot of money managing the 'Moody Blues' in a management company that also involved John Fenton, and all three (including Peregrine Eliot), were involved in the Beatles' merchandising ventures called Stramsact Ltd and Seltaeb, Inc.
Simon Miller-Mundy then passed management of the 'Moody Blues' to Brian Epstein who was shortly to commit suicide on August 27, 1967. Epstein's lawyer David Jacobs was discovered hanging by his neck on December 20, 1968. His death was officially concluded to be suicide, but a lot of questions remain unanswered in the tangled mess that engulfed the lives of both Epstein and Jacobs, and these include possible links to the Kray Twins. All of these questions demand answers from those 'in the know' who have avoided telling the truth about any of these interrelated events.
Although there is a lot of implied detail in 'Rocking the Boat' by Ian Cowper Ross concerning the sister of Eliot's wife, it is left to the reader to figure out the roman-a-clef details - which Ian Cowper Ross claimed in 1991 on BBC-TV, includes a true account of how Radio Caroline was financed. It is the aristocratic mother-in-law of both Lord Eliot's wife, and Ian Cowper Ross' wife, who launched the book called 'Rocking the Boat', and she did so at a Society affair covered by 'Tatler' magazine.