MURDER MOST ROYAL

MURDER MOST ROYAL

MURDER, MAYHEM AND MONARCHY! Only for the brave-hearted these Royal tales need to be seen to be believed!

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MURDER MOST ROYAL
  • Royal Murder Mysteries: The Duke of Kent

    The death of The Queen's Uncle, The Duke of Kent in a plane crash in 1942 has never been explained and seems never to have been fully investigated. The hellraising Prince was, without doubt an embarrassment to The Royal Family and the Government and this, together with the fact that he was suppos...

  • Royal Murder Mysteries: George V. Mercy or Murder?

    On January 20th 1936 George V of England was pronounced dead. However, his personal physician made an astounding confession in his private diaries claiming that he, in fact, killed him with the administration of a lethal injection of morphine and heroin effectively murdering a reigning British mo...

  • Royal Murder Mysteries: The Prince and The Ripper

    Rumour, speculation and scandal dogged the short life of Albert Victor, known as 'Eddy', the grandson of Queen Victoria. Most fascinating of all was that he was named a suspect in the infamous 'Jack the Ripper' murders of the late 19th century. Was this simply a case of mistaken identity or was i...

  • Royal Murder Mysteries: Ludwig, Mad King of Bavaria

    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 b...

  • Royal Murder Mysteries: Death in the Valley

    During World War II, Kenya's Happy Valley was a hedonistic hideaway for society's Royal and Aristocratic elite where casual sex, drug taking and general debauchery were common.
    This is the true story of the life and mysterious murder of the most talked about and notorious member of the set; the 2...

  • Medieval Murder Mysteries: The Princes in the Tower

    In 1483, Edward V, King of England aged 13 was deposed by his uncle,Richard III and soon afterwards disappeared from his heavily guarded royal lodgings in The Tower of London along with his 9 year old brother, Richard, Duke of Norfolk.

  • Royal Inquest: Remains Of The Romanovs

    In 1918, the Soviets executed the Romanovs, the Russian Royal Family. But although the Soviets claim the whole family was killed, the serious questions remain about the deaths. Did the entire family die, as the Soviets claim, or did one or more of the Russian royals escape? And can a team of fore...

  • Royal Inquest: Mountbatten

    Lord Louis Mountbatten, Earl of Burma was one of the most prominent members of Britain’s Royal Family. Uncle to Prince Philip and cousin to the Queen, Mountbatten was also a renowned war hero, and the beloved mentor of Prince Charles. When he was shockingly killed in a mysterious explosion on bo...

  • Royal Inquest: Grace Under Fire

    When Princess Grace of Monaco and her daughter, Princess Stephanie, suffered a horrible car accident on the French Riviera, the crash captured the attention of the world. But Grace’s sudden death a day after the Palace claims she only suffered broken bones makes people suspiciousof the true story...

  • Royal Inquest: Princely Trafficking

    The Princes of the Saudi Royal Family are among the wealthiest and most powerful royals in the world and in Saudi Arabia, are above the law. When DEA Agents suspected that a Saudi Prince might be involved in an international drug deal involving 2 tons of cocaine, they discovered that the wealth...

  • Royal Inquest: The King Who Killed

    King Juan Carlos of Spain is one of the most popular Kings in the world. But few know of the shocking tragedy that haunts his youth. At age 15, Juan Carlos’s younger brother Alfonso died of a gunshot wound to the head in the family home. His death was officially ruled an accident – but questions ...

  • Royal Inquest: Palace Timebomb

    When police arrested the late Princess Diana’s most trusted servant, butler Paul Burrell, for stealing over 350 items from her estate, all of Britain becomes entranced with his sensational trial. Diana called Burrell “my rock” – but is this beloved royal servant nothing but an opportunistic thief...

  • Royal Inquest: Royal Bloodbath

    In Nepal, the King is considered a god. But when a shocking massacre at a Royal Family banquet kills the King, Queen, and several other family members, the Nepalese royals are revealed to be all-too-human. Officials claim that the Crown Prince murdered his family, and then killed himself. But the...

  • Royal Inquest: A Hunted Royal

    The attempt to kidnap the Queen's only daughter, Princess Anne, shocked a nation and questions were asked as to how an obsessive stalker had managed to get so close to her with a gun.