Monthly Archives: September 2014

Tsar Returns In "Neverwas"

In 1996, Ian McKellan starred as Tsar Nicholas II in the film, “Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny.” A film released directly to DVD in 2007, “Neverwas”, again features Ian McKellan as a monarch, this time King of “Neverwas.” In “Neverwas”, … Continue reading

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Anastasia and Le Colonel Chabert

Le colonel Chabert, 1994, trailer Le Colonel Chabert is an 1832 novella by French novelist and playwright HonorĂ© de Balzac. Colonel Chabert is held in high esteem by Napoleon Bonaparte. After being severely wounded in the Battle of Eylau (1807), … Continue reading

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CIA Releases "Treasure Trove"

Trailer: Kill the Messenger Arr, matey, the CIA has released a treasure trove! Let us go to the site and feast on the swag! On September 18, 2014 the CIA “released a trove of documents spanning three decades of secret … Continue reading

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"Bought Journalism" in Germany

In 1960, the payola scandal stunned America. Radio DJ’s were being secretly remunerated for favoring airplay for some records. President Eisenhower called it an issue of public morality and the FCC proposed a new law making involvement in Payola a … Continue reading

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Keep On Rockin’ With the Tsar

Vadim Viner, professor of the Russian Academy of History and Palaeontology and president of the Ural Centre for Investigation of the Tsar’s Family Murder, claimed that the grave at Ekaterinburg, from which the remains of “the Russian imperial family” were … Continue reading

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Tsar Escapes On Blue Train

“Meet me at the back of the blue bus.” — Jim Morrison One of the most interesting provisions of the 1918 Treaty of Brest-Litovsk was uncovered circa 1970 by researcher Peter Bessell. “It is the secret codicil in the treaty … Continue reading

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Rasputin’s Prediction For Britain

The Battenberg family was a morganatic branch of the House of Hesse-Darmstadt, rulers of the Grand Duchy of Hesse in Germany. [1] “Morganatic” means a marriage between people of unequal social rank. [2] So, for instance, when King Edward VIII … Continue reading

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