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The mysterious life of James McCord, Watergate burglar whose death went unnoticed for 2 years

In the mid-1990s, the Discovery Channel aired a five-part series on Watergate, calling it a "refresher course" on the audacious White House scandal that drove President Richard M. Nixon from office.

It might be time for a sequel.

There was a time when the shadowy cast of characters behind the break-in of the Democratic national headquarters were household names, as familiar to Americans as those on

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