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The Eagles: Three Men Charged With Plot To Sell Stolen Hotel California Lyrics

At a glance

  • Three men have been charged with plotting to sell the handwritten lyrics from the Eagles’ album “Hotel California,” knowing they had been stolen.
  • The lyrics and notes from the band’s hit 1976 LP had belonged to musician Don Henley and are valued at more than $1 million.
  • Prosecutors said the men had lied to auction houses, potential buyers and police about the material’s origins.



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