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Princess Diana predicted car crash 2 years before death in mysterious note

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Daily Beast reported on Wednesday.The new investigation revealed that Princess Diana told her lawyer, Victor Mischon, in 1995 that efforts to “get rid” of her would be attempted in the following year — citing a car accident as one of the possible means.While Diana claimed “reliable sources” granted her the information, she was tight-lipped about their true identity, as documented in a letter penned by Mischon.

Dubbed the “Mischon Note,” the conversation provided eerie insight into what could have led to that fateful night, Aug. 31, 1997, when her driver Henri Paul crashed inside Paris’ Pont de l’Alma tunnel, killing the 36-year-old royal.With a concoction of prescription drugs and alcohol in his system, and speeding at 65 mph, Paul attempted to ditch paparazzi on motorbikes, and instead sent the Mercedes carrying Princess Diana and her partner Dodi Al-Fayed into a pillar.Following the crash, Mischon gave the note to Sir Paul Condon, the Metropolitan Police commissioner at the time, but a formal inquiry into the princess’ death didn’t begin until Jan.

6, 2004.Called Operation Paget, the then-Metropolitan Police Commissioner John Stevens launched the investigation, unearthing the startling note from a safe kept by Condon.Stevens interviewed Mischon prior to the attorney’s death in 2005, confirming that Mischon “hadn’t held much credence” to the princess’ concerns.

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