Princess Diana predicted a car accident 2 years before her death in a mysterious note

Was there anything Princess Di couldn’t do?

Even clairvoyance was in her realm, according to The Diana Investigations, a new documentary series streaming on Discovery+, the Daily Beast reported on Wednesday.

The new investigation found that Princess Diana told her lawyer Victor Mischon in 1995 that an attempt would be made to “get rid of her” the following year – citing a car accident as one of the possible means.

While Diana claimed “reliable sources” provided her with the information, she has been tight-lipped about her real identity, as documented in a letter written by Mischon.

Dubbed the “Mischon Note,” the conversation provided an eerie insight into what may have led to that fateful night on August 31, 1997, when their driver, Henri Paul, crashed in the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris and the 36-year old king.

With a mixture of prescription drugs and alcohol in his system and a speed of 65 mph, Paul attempted to outrun paparazzi on motorcycles, instead sending the Mercedes carrying Princess Diana and her partner Dodi Al-Fayed into a pillar.

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Princess Diana was paranoid that her ex-husband Prince Charlies was plotting to “get rid of” her.
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After the crash, Mischon turned the note over to Sir Paul Condon, then Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, but a formal inquiry into the Princess’ death did not begin until January 6, 2004.

Dubbed “Operation Paget,” then-Metropolitan Police Commissioner John Stevens launched the investigation and unearthed the surprising note from a safe kept by Condon.

Stevens interviewed Mischon before the lawyer’s death in 2005 and confirmed that Mischon “didn’t give much credence” to the princess’s concerns. In fact, he thought “she was paranoid.”

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Princess Diana’s driver Henri Paul tried to flee paparazzi when he was involved in a car accident in the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris.
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Another letter, allegedly written by Princess Diana and later published by her butler Paul Burrell, also addressed her paranoia.
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When Operation Paget’s results were unveiled in December 2006 – all 832 pages – attorney Michael Mansfield, representing Al-Fayed’s father, called the note the “most important thing about this report” and said it was a “wait a minute”. Wait a minute, suddenly light shines through the darkness,” according to the investigators of the documentary series.

In 2003, another mysterious letter, allegedly written by Princess Diana and later published by her butler, Paul Burrell, also addressed her concerns. Allegedly written in 1996 after her divorce from Prince Charles, the author called her life “dangerous”.

“My husband is planning an ‘accident’ in my car, a brake failure and a serious head injury to clear the way for him to marry Tiggy,” she reportedly wrote about Charles’ personal assistant — a rumor that eventually turned out to be fabricated turned out . BBC journalist Martin Bashir had apparently fed the princess lies with fake documents, which he also used to get an exclusive interview.

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The four-part documentary series The Diana Investigations on Discovery+ will air August 18.
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Despite Stevens’ best efforts in investigating her death, he declared “with 100 percent certainty” that no one hatched a plan to murder the princess and officially declared the crash a horrific accident.

The four-part Discovery+ documentary begins August 18, just weeks before the 25th anniversary of the princess’s death.

August is packed with fresh footage of Princess Diana as earlier this month HBO Max released The Princess, a documentary about her early life.

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Emma Bowman

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