Princess Diana might have “predicted” her death two years before it occurred, according to claims resurfaced in the Discovery+ collection, Diana’s Investigations. The cases refer to the “Mishcon Note”, a notorious note composed by Victor Mishcon in 1995 when he was counsel to the Princess of Wales.
The Mishcon Note refers to a note Mishcon apparently took during a conference he had with Princess Diana on October 30, 1995. Throughout the conference, which additionally consisted of Diana’s personal assistant Patrick Jephson, Diana reportedly claimed that he had heard from a source that initiatives would be made to “eliminate her” in April 1996. The letter, in which the Princess of Wales predicted her death, a year prior to her fatal vehicle crash in Paris, also left the globe shocked, as it was kept secret for a number of years after his passing away.
The resource reportedly told Princess Diana that this would take place through an automobile accident that would certainly either finish her life or injure her to the point of making her appear “unbalanced”. Diana passed away two years later, on August 31, 1997, in an automobile crash in Paris together with her companion Dodi Al-Fayed and the driver Henri Paul. Paul was considered to be intoxicated of alcohol and also prescription medicines when the auto accident right into a column at 65mph.
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Now the writing has been seen as a ‘full video game changer’ by royal journalist Duncan Larcombe. Larcombe, who is a prominent writer, told the Channel 4 docudrama, entitled Investigating Diana: Death in Paris, that the letter was “entirely a video game changer, an additional missing item of the puzzle.” “‘ Diana fears they will kill her,’ that fits what [Mohammed] Al-Fayed stated. It additionally fits the huge flash. All of a sudden, you’re connecting the dots,” he added.
In the letter, Princess Diana reportedly asserted that she believed the currently King Charles III was planning “a crash in my auto” that would leave her with a major head injury.