Diana: Death by Accident or Design?
It was in the early hours of Sunday August 31, 1997, in a tunnel at the Place d'Alma in Paris, that Diana, Princess of Wales, was killed along with her lover Dodi Al Fayed and their driver Henri Paul. Dodi's bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones, survived. More
It was in the early hours of Sunday August 31, 1997, in a tunnel at the Place d'Alma in Paris, that Diana, Princess of Wales, was killed along with her lover Dodi Al Fayed and their driver Henri Paul. Dodi's bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones, survived. The family of Henri Paul not only had to cope with the tragedy of his death but the fact that the official record held that he had been responsible for the crash which claimed their lives through a combination of alcohol, drugs, and driving at high speed.
But even before the self-styled 'Queen of Hearts' was laid to rest, questions had been raised into the circumstances surrounding the crash. Had it indeed merely been the result of an accident?
The death of Diana, Dodi, and Henri Paul was immediately pounced upon by conspiracy theorists. Theories abound as to what actually caused the crash - ranging from the plausible to the frankly ridiculous. At first sight, an examination of the events surrounding the crash point to a tragic combination of circumstances, which eventually led to their Mercedes S280 ploughing into the 13th pillar of the Alma Tunnel.
We have examined the wide range of conspiracy theories which have attached themselves to the events of August 31, 1997, and this closer examination, combined with evidence unearthed by a highly professional team of experts working for Mohammed Al Fayed, father of Dodi, and evidence recently brought to light by the authors of a new book, War of the Windsors - A Century of Unconstitutional Monarchy, has unearthed some glaring inconsistencies in the official account.
Crucial evidence discovered by the Al Fayed team and featured in their investigation The Alma Tunnel Mystery is highlighted in the video Diana - Death by Accident or Design? and we refer to this as we examine the complex life, times, and deaths of Diana, Dodi, and Henri Paul. We show there are still vital questions that need to be answered before we can say with all confidence that the accident was simply that - an accident.