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Beauty Queen Murder - Allison Baden-Clay By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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It had all the ingredients of a classic whodunnit. Beautiful young woman, former beauty queen, marries the man of her dreams, the great-grandson of Lord Baden-Powell, scouting pioneer. Together they... More > produce three beautiful daughters. Then it all went horribly wrong. One morning, she left for her early morning walk and never came home. Her husband phoned the police. He said it was not like her. Ten days later, a lone kayaker found her, lying on her side on the steep, muddy bank of Kholo Creek where it adjoined the Brisbane River; her body and the muddy river swollen from the heavy April rains. Pamela Lillian Valemont, the world's first forensic numerological criminal profiler, details the amazing number correlations between the victim, the perpetrator and the third person involved in the love triangle that was to have such dire consequences for all three involved. The crime was to leave three little girls motherless, their father committed to prison for life. BLACK AND WHITE INTERIOR PRINTED VERSION.< Less
The Bible Code Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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What happened to Diana and Dodi in the Alma Tunnel on the night of August 31, 1997? Was Diana six weeks pregnant? Was she about to get engaged and married to Dodi? Had Dodi purchased an engagement... More > ring for her? Was he planning to present it to her that night? Was Andanson an SIS operative, trained to use his white Fiat Uno to tip the Mercedes car, causing it to career into the 13th pillar in the tunnel? Why was he found, deep in a forest, beheaded in his burnt out, keyless, locked car, with a bullet wound in his head? Is Tomlinson, ex-SIS agent, absolutely right when he says the Mercedes “car accident” was a classically planned SIS method of execution, one he knew was being planned to assassinate a former Serbian leader? What was the bright light witnesses saw in the tunnel that night? Was it a strobe light used to blind the driver? What was the loud bang they heard before the crash? Did Diana tell a medic that she wished to be buried with Dodi as she lay dying? Was Diana a half-sister to Jemima Khan?< Less
The Bible Code Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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The mystery surrounding what happened to Diana and Dodi in the Alma Tunnel in France on August 31, 1997, as looked at through the assistance of Bible Code Matrices. The Bible is opened to us in a way... More > never thought and never before possible, since the timely invention of the computer and it can help us to solve some of life's biggest mysteries. We can ask questions, ask the computer to do a search, and get answers. Was any member of the royal family involved? Was Tomlinson ex-SIS agent, absolutely right when he said Andanson was an SIS agent, driving the white Fiat Uno, trained to tip the Mercedes into a pillar in the Alma Tunnel? Was there also an agent on a fast motorbike with a strobe light, who would not only shine the light into the eyes of Henri Paul, the driver, but also use sophisticated technical equipment to simultaneously knock out the car's electrics and inflate the airbags so that a crash in the narrow confines of the tunnel at high speed was inevitable?< Less
Beauty Queen Murder - Allison Baden-Clay By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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The former beauty queen, Miss Brisbane 1993, married the man of her dreams, great-grandson of the founder of the Scouting Movement, Lord Baden-Powell. When they returned from their honeymoon, she was... More > a changed young woman. She had suffered severe side affects from Lariam, the anti-malarial drug. She never really recovered her mental health from that day. She had cyclical relapses of clinical depression, which began following the birth of her first baby. At first her husband was attentive and caring. Then the situation changed. One day, she went for her morning walk and never returned. A lone kayaker found her, lying on her side on the steep, slippery, muddy bank of Kholo Creek, where it adjoined the Brisbane River at Anstead. He might have got away with it, they might have presumed suicide; except for the forensic evidence that convicted him: three long, weeping, vertical gouges in his right cheek, where she clawed him with her fingernails in a desperate fight for her life. FULL COLOUR PRINTING INSIDE.< Less