Royal Murder Mysteries: Ludwig, Mad King of Bavaria
A THOUSAND YEARS OF ROYALTY • 44m
King Ludvig II was wildly eccentric and in 1886 was declared insane and deposed from his throne. Just 3 days later his corpse, together with that of his physician, was found in a lake outside Munich. The official verdict was suicide but recent evidence suggests murder. So why has his body never been exhumed and examined?
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