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According to the diary, the day the Beaumont children vanished Andrew Mc Intyre was meant to go diving with his father and Munro, but was later told to stay home.
Throughout his adventures along the coast, Andrew Mc Intyre, now 63, and another child kept a diary of events. Munro, a former scout leader, will face court in August to be sentenced over child sexual offences against boys dating back to 1965 - including Andrew Mc Intyre.