posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 08:59 AM
Sorry to drag this thread kicking and screaming back to life after over a year but i have a little info that i can't see posted anywhere on this
forum.. So here goes..
Firstly I was in Paris the night Diana died.. I saw the car before it was towed away and later in the day the huge floral tributes that decended on
It was the last in a long line of right-place-right-time instances that made me decide to become a Journalist.
Not long after I ended up working for the reagonal press in the area of Diana's family home in Northamptonshire.
Thousands of people now swarm and pay good money to visit Dianas resting place in order to pay their respects. Little do they know she is not there..
An island in a pond situated at Althorpe, the home of the Spencers is said to be the final resting place of diana but head on over to the ajoining
village and you will get an altogether different story.
The official story is THIS
I believe differently.. I remember a local photographer telling me that on the night of her burial there was no action at all inside the grounds and
that instead the local church at Harleston, there were floodlights and the road was cordoned off.
It makes perfect sense to me that Diana's resting place would be within this church alongside the rest of her deceased family. Especially now as the
church has got an upgrade of security with stat of the art CCTV.
What is the deal? Do the locals get a tourist-free village in exchange for maintaining the secret? I know that if this is story comes to light there
would at least be one red face as Earl Spencer (Diana's Brother) starts paying back the tens of thousands of visitors sold a ticket to nothing but a
I popped over to the village a couple of years ago to see the church. Firstly i asked a local walking their dog where Diana is really buried and she
said with a wry smile.. "In the Church.. everyone knows."
Arriving at the Church i noticed it is locked for half of the year and when i asked the Church warden if i could pop inside and see Diana's grave he
said, quite simply.. "You will have to come back in the summer."