Princess Diana’s ghost filmed in church – VIDEO
A group of Chinese tourists filmed the stained glass window in Scotland without realising that it featured Princess Di from beyond the grave. The video – which was later passed on to Cohen – appears to show a ghostly-looking image resembling Diana. And Cohen is convinced the short snippet of footage could well be evidence or paranormal activity.
‘Scientists tell us that ghosts don’t exist, and yet people around the world keep seeing them,’ he said.
‘While we might not want nothing to do with the dead, perhaps some ghosts have unfinished business with us.’
Cohen goes on to claim the shot as one of the ‘clearest’ paranormal images he has come across. ‘The footage is currently being examined by myself and other researchers to ascertain if it is a genuine ghost capture. It might be a bizarre optical illusion, but then again, it could be a ghost – possibly Princess Diana’s.
‘Ghosts often appear in places connected to their lives and families. Ghosts might appear to warn individuals, groups and even entire nations of possible impending danger.’ The Princess of Wales’ mother is believed to have spent a lot of time in Scotland, passing away there in 2004.
The footage is being used in an upcoming TV series on Paranormal mysteries.
The Queen did it. Or maybe it was M.I.6, the British secret service. The motive: to prevent Princess Diana from marrying Dodi Fayed, bearing his child—step sibling to a future king— and becoming a Muslim. Or maybe the motive was to protect the new world order from an activist princess with inconvenient ideas, such as banning land mines. How did the killers do it? Small bombs placed on the front and roof of the Mercedes in which she and Dodi rode. Or maybe the Mercedes was sabotaged with a remote-control device that locked the wheels and steering column at the flick of a switch in some far-off location—say, Balmoral. Some anti-Royals believe the queen pushed the button herself. Princess Dian Death Conspiracy continues to baffle everyone.
Like most conspiracy theories, the scenarios spun since Diana’s death lead everywhere and nowhere. Many of the juiciest theories circulate on the Internet, where postings about Diana are rapidly becoming as numerous as those about the deaths of JFK, Marilyn Monroe and the king of the after world, Elvis Presley. But it is Egypt, homeland of the Fayeds, that has become the center of a booming conspiracy-theory industry.
Already at least half-a-dozen books about the dead princess are on sale in Cairo. One called “Who Killed Diana?!” was written in three days and is selling briskly enough, at $1.47 a copy, to warrant a second edition, out this week. Author Mohamed Ragab maintains that Britain’s royal family and “Jewish circles” ordered the deaths to keep Diana from marrying Dodi. In the daily Al Ahram, Anis Mansour, a former adviser to Anwar Sadat, said Diana was “killed by British Intelligence to save the monarchy.” A well-known Egyptian film director, Khairy Beshara, is writing the script for a movie about Diana’s life. He has some reservations about the conspiracy theories, but he says she “suffered from cruel traditions” imposed on her by her in-laws.
Egyptians jumped to ugly conclusions about Diana’s death partly because of a deeply ingrained feeling that the British, who ruled them until 1952, regard them as inferior. Egyptians say “a Dodi cannot marry the Princess of Wales, and the British would go as far as having them killed,” says newspaper columnist Mohamed Sid Ahmed. “Conspiracy theories are a stock in trade here,” says Tim Sullivan, a political science professor at American University in Cairo. He traces the cause to a sense of powerlessness. “When you think you don’t have control over your life and over events,” he says, “then conspiracy theories explain what is happening.”
As Scotland Yard launches an investigation into new claims that Diana was murdered by a member of the British military, here are some of the most persistent conspiracy theories.
Some of the most popular conspiracy theories stem from the suggestion that Diana was pregnant with Dodi Fayed’s child and the couple were about to get engaged. The story goes that the Royal Family could not bear the inevitable scandal – let alone the idea of Diana marrying a non-Christian. One of the inevitable conclusions that has been drawn is that Diana’s death was ordered by her own family.
Richard Tomlinson is a former MI6 agent who was dismissed from the intelligence serices and later served time in prison for breaching the Official Secrets Act 1989. This caused critics to question his motives when he accused MI6 of involvement, but he made so much noise that the Operation Paget Inquiry was given access to the offices of MI5 and MI6 to investigate his claims. Tomlinson alleged that agents had been monitoring Diana and that her death mirrored plans he saw in 1992 for the assassination of the President of Serbia. The inquiry eventually concluded that Tomlinson’s claims were an embellishment.
White Fiat Uno
Analysis of the wreckage of the Mercedes showed that it had come into contact with a white Fiat Uno, leaving traces of paint on the Mercedes bodywork. Mohammed Fayed, father of Dodi, alleged that the vehicle was used by the “security services” to block the road in front of the Mercedes, causing it to swerve and crash into the side of the tunnel. The vehicle was never found.
Mohammed Fayed stated in 2003 that there were about ten video cameras on the route taken by the Mercedes, including one on the entrance to the tunnel itself, but there are no recordings from any of these for the night in question. The Independent also stated in 2006 that there are more than 14 CCTV cameras in the Pont de l’Alma underpass, but none recorded footage of the fatal collision.
Both Diana and Dodi were not restrained by their seatbelts at the time of the crash prompting some to suggest that they may have been sabotaged. French investigators declared all the seatbelts operational in 1998. Analysis of the wreckage of the car after its repatriation to England in 2005 found that all the seatbelts were in good working order bar Diana’s, although it is thought that the damage took place after the accident.
The fact that he actually died in the accident would seem to provide fairly conclusive evidence that he was not behind the crash, but according to conspiracy theorists Henri Paul, the driver of the Mercedes, was in the pay of a national security service. The main piece of evidence for this is supposedly the fact that he had a lot of cash on his person at the time of the car accident.
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