1974 - The person with a walking stick raised in the air has always believed to have been John "Digger" Dickinson, an employee of ICI and friend of the local post lady Molly Porter and her husband. He is seen in the sketch walking from ICI Number 5 towards an old derelict allotment at the end of Lindel Lane, Preesall (1) where he grew cabbage. He is pictured standing approximately 20 meters away from young children who were hiding in ploughed potato furrows during their "August" 1974 summer holidays sometime between (15:00hrs and 17:00hrs). His complexion rapidly changed from one of white but mildly indifferent, to one of a blood drained face, waxen grey in anger when he noticed the children. The children ran rapidly away from the scene and he was never seen again. The probability of the children meeting the old man at that moment in time has weighed heavily on their minds.
"I plough on my canvases as the peasants do in their fields". Van Gogh letter 1889
During the past 15 years and since it became apparent he was infact Martin Bormann, former Private Secretary to Adolf Hitler and undoubted by Lancashire Police, some of the children have reviewed their actions in minute detail to try and understand why they were in that particular place at that precise moment in time. The response and subsequent actions of "Martin Bormann" suggest he was also in a state of shock with there being someone else in the vicinity of the derelict allotment. The time chosen by the children to visit the allotment, known as the "Secret Garden" was not part of a regular pattern. Infact the time chosen by the children was highly irregular and spontaneous with no prior planning. The irony of the precise location at Windy Ridge where the children were standing when the decision was made to visit the Secret Garden is that it was also the precise location from where one of the children witnessed a plane crash on New Years Day in 1971. The whole encounter is viewed as a matter of chance where two world´s collide leaving an everlasting impression. However, it is also quite possible that there was some form of surveillance in operation at a neighbours house to watch the movements of the children and also orchestrate events to suit other agendas. Property which had a clear view of the South side of Windy Ridge, close to the original kitchen, is not being ruled out.
The allotment is also the site where approx. 3 - 4 small, "golden" brass cylindrical "cvanide" poison vials were discovered near a semi-derelict wooden cabin. The cabin for some people was called "Lac Lara". (The brass vials were similar in shape and size to empty polished brass rifle cartridge casings but with a small unscrewable brass cap). The building on the horizon is Curwen Hill farm (Mount Tmolos) owned by the Taylor family. Preesall is a small village located in the North West of England and should not be mistaken for Mayerling, Alland, Austria.
Blondi - Lindel Lane in Preesall must not be confused with Lindle Lane, at Hutton, Preston where Lancashire Police have facilities for their Police dogs and horses. People will never be condemned for seeing a parallel between the two Lindel lanes in Lancashire in the shape of impressions relating to two blonde persons called Pauline. Pauline Taylor in Preesall and Pauline Clare in Hutton. There is also the issue of Martin Bormann and his alleged corpse once being identified by the remains of a jaw bone which had experienced a fracture in 1939 from a riding accident. It is a matter of fact that Lancashire Police have already been advised to start looking at the Martin Bormann location in Preesall with an open mind towards a much larger crime scene. A crime scene that offers various interpretations dependent on how well read a detective actually is. What was the name of Hitler´s favourite, obedient dog?
"Wieland der Schmied"
The small cylindrical brass vials discovered on the derelict allotment during the 1970´s have recently been identified as being similar in appearance to the brass cyanide vials retrieved from the prison cell of Hermann Goering following his suicide at Nuremberg Prison in 1946. It is not known what substance was contained in the brass vials at Preesall but Anthrax is one possibility.
All sketches are reproduced purely through memory from events more than 35 years ago and in some cases more than 40 years ago, with no recent visits to the locations. Many children who visited the secret garden on Lindel Lane attended Fleetwood´s Charity Primary School in the village of Preesall. The children had also been warned about paedophiles in the village, some of whom were known to the local police. The young children, not really understanding the definition of a paedophile, visualised a paedophile as being rather similar to the evil child catcher from the blockbuster movie "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang". This perception of paedophiles led to more problems than solutions involving the near demolition of an alleged paedophiles derelict greenhouse next door to Fleetwood´s Charity Primary school by the school children one afternoon during the early 1970´s. The children involved in the attack were aged between 6yrs and 9yrs old. One of the ring leaders who planned the attack was punished by the head master but still believes there was an uncanny similarity between the derelict land belonging to the alleged paedophile and the secret garden on Lindel Lane. Both gardens appeared abandoned and frozen in time. Almost ghostlike.
NOTE : If any children suspect a person of being a paedophile call 999 or 112 or 911.
The building in the background is the Preesall ICI Number 5 station on Back Lane (2). The small ridge on the horizon is the site of a small plane crash that killed both pilot and passenger. The surname of the pilot was Hampson-Smith. His brother David was a taxidermist and lived near Bretherton, Leyland. He committed suicide with a shotgun a few decades later. The plane crash occurred on a clear New Years Day afternoon in 1971, south of Curwen Hill farm where a New Years Day shoot was taking place. The crash site was between two electric pylon lines running from East to West near the location of a fatal farming accident one Christmas when a farmer, with the Taylor surname, died whilst ploughing a field. The children of farmer Taylor, Brenda, Harry and Pauline were kindly looked after for a short while by the "Greystone" Family who lived in the village. Their daughter Sandra was a pupil at Fleetwood´s Charity School. Widow Margaret Taylor moved into Mill Cottage on Park Lane B5377, directly infront of Preesall Mill owned by the PYE animal feeds company from Lancaster since 1910.
Behind the ridge is the River Wyre. To the right of the ICI building and hidden behind bushes is the old derelict allotment. To a small number of children in Preesall the old allotment was known as the "Secret Garden". Two of the young children who visited the "Secret Garden" experienced untimely deaths later in life whilst a third child required urgent medical attention for septicemia. (An old Lancashire expression linked to septicemia at the turn of the 20th century was, "You´ve got the tram tracks!" It is thought the term "Tram Tracks" was in referral to the appearance of parallel red lines on a persons arm indicating blood poisoning as a medical condition). The child was treated by Dr. Francis Bernard Hartley of Stalmine who prescribed high doses of penicillin. Dr. Hartley completed his British National Service in Bermuda. In 1941 an "ABC-1" meeting that took place at St. Georges, Bermuda between America and Britain. The septicemia incident is now being linked to the discovery of the mysterious brass vials. The tree den was located in the rear garden of a house called "Windy Ridge" on Park Lane, Preesall.
An outbreak of anthrax poisoning in Preesall also occurred during the 1950´s. Many cows from Curwen Hill Farm died from the poison. The cows were buried on land belonging to Fordstone Farm at the bottom of Preesall Hill on the road to Knott End. The land was fenced off for many years and it is thought the logic for burying the cattle away from Curwen Hill Farm was due to the local acquifer. An investigation traced the poisoning to imported "Ground Linseed Cake" used as cattle feed.
Barbara Taylor was the registrar for Births, Deaths and Marriages in Preesall and surrounding Wyre area. She lived with her husband Jack Taylor and daughters Sheila, Cathy and Lisa next door but one to Windy Ridge, home of the Drinkall family. Barbara´s house was next door to the Maler´s pig farm and 200 meters behind the old derelict allotment. Barbara sadly experienced an untimely death near the Millennium. Her husband Jack worked at Lowes-Forbes builders merchants in Blackpool. (owned by a family who lived in a large white house on the green at Wrea Green, Lytham. Their daughter Justine Cunliffe went to school at Queen Mary´s Grammar school in St. Annes and was a close friend of Alexandra Starkie) Jack Taylor later moved to Hambleton, over Wyre, where he later died.
In 1906 Preesall salt mine was believed to be the largest producer of salt in Britain.
In 1983 an old lady "OLGA" (3) was seen in the rear seat of a navy blue Rolls-Royce (Silver Spirit model) by Robin Drinkall, 18 years of age. The car was travelling through the village of Goosnargh-Whittingham along Whittingham Lane towards Broughton, North of Preston, UK. The chauffeur of the Rolls-Royce was dressed in full grey uniform with cap and closely resembled a young Rudolf von Ribbentrop.
Broughton cross road junction was also the location of a strange incident where a teenage young lady was seen and identical in appearance to someone else who lived in the village called Alexandra Starkie. The young lady was stood at the South Easterly corner of the Broughton crossroad junction "lost" in thought. The identity of the young lady at Broughton junction is a total mystery because Alexandra Starkie did not have a twin sister. The year of the incident is thought to be 1987 when Alexandra Starkie worked part-time at Broughton Post Office where amongst other tasks she was required to make the cheese more presentable for human consumption.
The Broughton Catholic Charitable Society was founded in 1787 in a pub at the crossroad junction. The village was also the scene of the horrific 1981 murder of Judge Openshaw, who lived close to Broughton crossroad junction. The killer waited in the roof space of his garage one morning and then repeatedly stabbed the judge to death. The surname of the killer was "Smith" and he escaped from the crime scene by fleeing across the fields towards the M6 motorway where he managed to stop a car heading North towards Scotland. The driver of the car was called Hyde from Stump Cross, Goosnargh, Preston. He was told no harm would come to him if he followed the killers instructions. Mr. Hyde was then told to drive in to a forest where the journey ended. The killer was caught and sentenced to prison. (Two daughters of Mr. Hyde called Sophie and Trudi were not in the car. Codename TRUDI was also the name of a lady who was a cousin of King George VI. TRUDI arrived in Sweden as an underground "Telegraphist" linked to FANY sent to help fight the NAZI´s in Denmark. The Black Mosquito RAF plane departed from Sweden with Niels Bohr as a passenger. In the book "A Man Called Intrepid" by William Stevenson TRUDI was last seen inside the Gestapo HQ in Copenhagen. Information on Niels Bohr is in Chapter 47).
The registration of the royal navy blue Rolls-Royce is thought to be "NRN 7". (In the game of Snooker the black ball is worth 7 points). The Rolls-Royce (4). was later seen parked near the Tower Buildings, 22 Water Street, Liverpool, opposite the old passport office and in the shadows of the famous Liver Buildings. (The Corporate Seal of Liverpool is a story in itself let alone the biography of Sir William Stephenson "Mr. Intrepid"!) The Rolls-Royce was also seen driving North on Catforth Road close to a canal bridge in the village of Catforth, (not far from the former home of Preston businessman Ken Snowden), North of Preston. Some time later the Rolls-Royce was seen again parked at a house called Mulberry House, opposite Halfpenny Lane, Longridge. All sightings of the Rolls-Royce occurred in the North West of England. The chauffeur and old lady were only ever seen once together in Whittingham during the summer of 1983.
Above sketch shows a person clipping a hedge with the Silver Spirit Rolls-Royce "NRN 7" driving towards him during the summer of 1983. There are 8 old trees along the North side of "PAM´S" cottage garden (close to Goosnargh "Trinity" Methodist Church) with a street light half-way between 4 of the trees closest to Broughton. The road is called "Whittingham lane" and was used during the 1980´s as a route for the British Milk Race, a competitive cycling tour around Britain. Whittingham lane continues East towards Longridge as the B 5269 and during 1996 an unexplained fatal accident occurred. A teenage lady was found dead along the road on one summers evening. She was thought to have been killed by a sharp instrument possibly linked to agricultural machinery. The investigating detective was Detective Sergeant John Crichton from Lancashire Police. It is thought the police investigation still remains open. Traces of "Red paint" were mentioned during the investigation and people working in either transport or farming in Goosnargh and who had used the road during the same evening were requested to contact the detectives. Two other untimely deaths occurred along the B 5269 close to Whittingham Hospital prior to 1996. Both deaths were recorded as suicides and both persons were qualified as doctors. Their names were Dr. Parker and Dr. Watkinson.
Note the position of the gardener (Robin Drinkall) on the above sketch. When the car passes, heading towards Parkinson House Farm owned by the Chadwick Family and Broughton village, he is approx. 1 meter away from "OLGA" - Annelies von Ribbentrop. The gardener recalls a direct relationship between the street lamp and the sighting of Annelies von Ribbentrop because the street lamp suddenly appeared one day in the hedge around the same time. In late 1983 and early 1984 Robin was requested to prepare the ground in the South West corner of the garden for the erection of horse stables. The ground was excavated by hand and after reaching a depth of 1.5m confusion surrounded the project. This was in part because clay is normally found at a much less depth so that foundations can economically be built on a solid base. After examining old plans of the garden it was decided the South West corner was the wrong location for the erection of stables due to the lack of a solid clay base and was deemed too complicated for the use of a piling technology. The explanation for the lack of clay was because the South West part of the garden had originally been part of a natural water course, either a stream or a small pool of water that had consequently been reclaimed and filled in with soil.
Robin moved to Leicester in 1984 and lived at 33 Shenley Rd, Wigston. One of his room mates was a Libyan student who was continually harassed by UK Special Branch and warned that if he failed to attend Wigston Technical college to study electronics he would be immediately deported. One day Robin returned from University and found the Libyan was no longer in the country.
Goosnargh - Whittingham was orginally home to Britain´s largest mental hospital. It is unknown if the sighting of Annelies von Ribbentrop was part of a clue towards a "parallel" at Wolfheze in the Netherlands. In 1943 a book written by Dr. Paul Schwarz suggests Joachim von Ribbentrop was seen hanging from a lamp post in a dream. Goosnargh is directly linked to Whittingham and the two villages are now called Goosnargh-Whittingham. The village of Goosnargh is also linked to Ann Sanderson who along with her five children committed suicide at the age of 32 during the mid 19th century. Sadly, another suicide took place on Whittingham lane in the late 1980´s. His name was David Ward and he worked at Manchester Airport after previously working for some years in Chorley with audio technology. David was found dead in his car early one morning. The cause of death was Carbon Monoxide poisoning.
The Missing year 1986
A few years after 1983 during the summer of 1986, the gardener and son of the owner of the Whittingham cottage were returning from a summer holiday on Lake Garda in Italy by car, a "FIAT 127". The two friends had selected a route back to England from Italy through Switzerland over the Simplon Pass on the E62. The car was stopped by Swiss Passport control and instructed to wait. Once the passports had been returned the car continued its journey towards Lausanne. During the descent after reaching the peak of the Simplon Pass the car brakes totally failed whilst driving around one of the bends in the road. The car was eventually brought under control but not before plenty of high drama and frantic actions from the driver, complete with the passenger opening his door to fancy his chances jumping out of the car at high speed. The brake failure incident was identical to another incident that happened a few months earlier in Lancashire, where the mother of the gardener was driving to work in a "VW Golf" and experienced a total loss of brakes outside the Trafalgar Hotel on the A59 at Samlesbury. Her car crashed in to the rear of another car and she suffered severe whiplash. The unfortunate accident in Lancashire perhaps saved the lives of the two friends in Switzerland because the gardener knew exactly how to control the car and use the hand brake to slow down the descent whilst pumping the brake pedal until the brakes eventually became engaged again.
In Lausanne as the two friends watched the mid morning sun over the Alps they reflected on the unexplained incident and the lucky escape whilst drinking a cup of coffee at Chateau d`Ouchy, (built in 1177 by Bishop Landry de Durnes) on Lac Leman. (No relation to Tissø, Denmark). The gardener, who had been driving the car, noticed two persons sitting close to them on the next table closest to Hotel Angleterre et Residence. One was an elderly man with a smart appearance with his greying hair swept back and the second was a very attractive medium size framed young lady with brown hair. Both persons were immaculately dressed and wearing Rolex watches. No eye contact was made between the person from the two tables. It is now thought the elderly gentleman was similar in appearance to SS General Karl (42) Wolff (62). There is also a line of thought that suggests the whole incident resembled a picture from the "Moon" Tarot card (5).
A few months after 9/11 in 2001, on a cold snowy Friday evening, the identical young lady from Lausanne and wearing the same Rolex watch was seen at Cafe Ze Ze, Ny Østergade 20, Copenhagen, Denmark. She was sat behind a person called "Eric Alan Rapp," as in the same surname linked to SS General Karl Wolff´s interrogator after the Second World War. The appearance of the attractive young lady from Lausanne in 1986 had been frozen in time and space. She also closely resembled a 26 year old Charlotte Casiraghi of Monte Carlo.
Another incident concerning a mysterious sighting of SS General Karl Wolff is mentioned on page 232 of the book "Allen Dulles - Spymaster" written by Peter Grose. The incident concerns the unexplained sighting of Karl Wolff with a person called Gaevernitz at a train station in Zurich on the evening of 8 March 1945 by Mary Bancroft. She later told Allen Welsh Dulles of the sighting who said, "You must be crazy," laughing his disingenuous ho ho ho. "What would an SS General be doing in Zurich?"
It appears that a number of curious episodes played on the mind of Allen Welsh Dulles during his life. In January 1947 an obscure newsletter began to circulate in New York and Washington from an organisation called the "Society for the Prevention of World War III," (see page 264 of book "Allen Dulles - Spymaster" written by Peter Grose). It is unknown why the organisation selected such an unusual name but the allegations made in the newsletter concerned key words such as, "Pro-Nazi business interests", "Nazi banking links", "Baron Kurt", "Nuremberg war criminal", "Dr. Schulte", "London" and "news letter". Shortly afterwards liberal Democrat senator Claude Pepper of Florida repeated some of the charges. Allen Welsh Dulles was livid and furious with the harmful allegations and hired a safe cracker to investigate the matter. The investigator didn´t uncover any information to suggest the key words and impressions left on the mind of Allen Welsh Dulles would surface once again in September 2001.
An impression of SS General Karl Wolff in Lausanne during the summer of 1986 is not the only time a smartly dressed Austro-Bavarian linked to beautiful ladies has transpired. In the summer of 1985 four twenty year old students were returning from a camping holiday on the shores of Lake Garda in Italy. Their return journey was from Milan to London Gatwick and then by rail to London Victoria with a short journey across London to Euston on the Tube underground breaking off their journey at Piccadilly Circus to take in the London sites on the hot summers afternoon. (Tube station opened 10-3-1906 note first three numbers correspond to flight number Pan Am 103) and afterwards then by rail to Preston, Lancashire. The students visited Leicester Square where one of them came face to face with a smartly dressed Austro-Bavarian gentleman accompanied by two smiling teenage blue eyed blondes appearing like sisters of a similar age. It seemed the two young blonde ladies and the gentleman already knew who he was and were very happy to see him as they walked towards Coventry Street, Piccadilly and perhaps beyond to Barclays Bank at 160 Piccadilly to withdraw some holiday money (Note the "Yellow cards" on the board game of London Monopoly inclusive of Fenchurch Station, Water Works and Go To Jail). The event happened on the North side of the square close to a building with an upstairs window that read "Charlton Heston". The district is very close to Soho and the Parish of St Anne with St Thomas and St Peter. Once again an impression had been created of beauty and a wolff. (Remember! Olga was seen in 1983 and 1989. Wolffie was seen in 1985 and 1986. Year differences are 6 and 1).
Three years later in 1988 another event would take place near Leicester Square that would leave another impression of beauty and it´s dangers. In early December 1988 the Daily Express Midland Bank Young Businessman of the Year Awards were being judged on Fleet Street, one of the judges was Sir Edward du Cann assisted by a young Julia Finch now working at the Guardian newspaper. Two of the winners, who had used Taylor Travel (Tel 01772 311527) on Watkin lane, Lostock Hall, Preston to arrange their accomodation in London at the Pastoria Hotel near Leicester Square, visited the London Hippodrome to celebrate their efforts on Fleet Street. The Friday evening was young and everyone was in good spirit. American students from Boston were celebrating end of term exams and getting ready to fly home for Christmas. One of the students seemed bemused when she was told that her famous father was unknown in London. It is unknown if any of the students were on Pan Am 103. Ms. Brigitte Aubert from the Daily Express later said there would be no announcement of the Express Midland Bank Finalist UK Awards until the New Year due to the Lockerbie plane crash.
As the Hippodrome dance floor became more busy an attractive young blue eyed blonde lady was noticed dancing by herself dressed in a turquoise blue top, (similar blue colour to the 1975-1980 Pan Am stewardess airline uniform). She was smiling towards the celebrating entrepreneurs and students. She approached one of the entrepreneurs at the bar and a conversation started. She firstly expressed her appreciation to the entrepreneur for taking the initiative to talk to her. As the conversation progressed it appeared she was troubled by something and after a short period of time a security guard from Yorkshire was called and an unknown man was taken aside and issued with a warning. The blonde lady then explained she was being followed and didn´t know who he was. She confirmed that she felt threatened and wanted to move away to another part of the night club. As time progressed she kept asking the entrepreneur, "Who are you?" Whilst receiving a response to the question she later asked the same question again seemingly not satisfied with the answer. Approximately around midnight she left the night club with the same mystery person who had earlier been accused of stalking her and reported to the security guard. People wondered if what had happened was somesort of Space Odyssey. The identity of the blonde lady was similar in appearance to the Sun page 3 model Ruth Gordon. At the dawn of the new millennium a news report on the internet suggested Ruth Gordon had been stalked and once again a reflection of Leicester Square was established.
On reflection there seemed to be an uncanny link between the London Hippodrome, the Goosnargh cottage in Lancashire and UK entrepreneural business awards. (Was someone trying to draw attention to the North side of Kongens Nytorv and Elektra on top of C.F Tietgens Private Bank later known as Nordea in Copenhagen and a reflecting pool?) This is due to another incident during the Spring of 1988 where the son of the owner of the Goosnargh cottage had returned home from a day in at the Crown Hotel in Harrogate supporting the two entrepreneurs at the UK Shell Livewire Awards (Near A61). Sadly, during the late evening he suffered a massive asthma attack whilst by himself in the house. Using quick thinking he crawled out into the road (precise location where Anneliese von Ribbentrop had been seen four years earlier) and tried to stop a passing car for help. He eventually stopped a car whose driver knew the asthma symptons and took him to hospital where he recovered to full strength. A similar incident happened to him again, another time, just before he was about to enter the London Hippodrome with a group of friends when he was working at the Harrods ski department during the 1980´s. Fortunately, this time he was better prepared and took the necessary medicine to prevent a full blown deadly attack.
Finally, one Saturday evening during the late Autumn of 1982 the Robin Drinkall was travelling with two friends in his mothers car "VW Polo" along the B 5411 in Higher Bartle towards the village of Woodplumpton in Lancashire, England. The car went out of control and started to swerve violenty from one side of the road to the other eventually crashing upside down in a ditch. All three passengers were shaken but unharmed. Curious to see if the local newspaper had picked up on the story the gardener purchased an early edition of the "Lancashire Evening Post" on Monday. The front page headlines read; "Three friends killed in road accident on Saturday night". The location of the deadly crash was near the 1983 (approx. 7 months later) Whittingham sighting of Annelies von Ribbentrop and also only a few kilometers away from where the gardener and his two friends crashed the same 1982 Autumn night. The laws of probability were once again brought in to question so much so that even the US 7th Army, complete with General Alexander Patch and his G-2 experts, would have charged off in to the mountains in search of the "High Priestess".
NB. Many happy holidays were spent on the Eastern shores of Lake Garda, Italy. Reunions took place each year either at the lake, the Oktoberfest in Munich, Genoa Italy or Lancashire in the UK. People included Marc Wesner (Gröbenzell DE), Marion Wesner (Gröbenzell DE), Gerhard Hartmann (Gröbenzell DE), Claudia Kopp (Altomunster DE), Miriam Bender (Blackforest DE), Andrea Di Marco (Genoa IT), Gianni Di Marco (Genoa IT), Stefania Di Marco (Genoa IT), Sean Mc Grath (Goosnargh UK), Christopher Sykes (Poulton-le-Fylde UK), Roberta Di Palma (Milan IT), Marcus Groot (Amsterdam NL), Charlotte Jorgensen (Copenhagen DK), Lars Jorgensen (Copenhagen DK), Heidi Nielsen (Ballerup DK) Lisette Nielsen (Ballerup DK), Chiara and Paola (Milan IT). Camping Lido in Pacengo, owned by "Angelo of Lazise", became the focus of an annual pilgrimage in the mid 1980´s and still to this day you may find the odd "Vacance Veteran" at a lakeside bar on Lungolago della Guglia, Pacengo or sat by the small marina or even learning to speak Greek at the bar in Eurocamping, Pacengo, whilst watching the sun set in the West, over the Alps and the Simplon Pass, remembering Sarajevo, the name giving of the European Currency and adventures in French Foreign Legion!
"Noah´s Ark and a trip to Arles" without his "Black Raven" (29-89) - Heinrich Himmler, Adolf Hitler´s Reich Leader of the NAZI SS - 1989
In the summer of 1989 in the Spanish resort of Marbella a very old man appeared at the side of a tennis court sat in a chair and watched a game of tennis between Robin Drinkall and Alexandra Starkie whilst they were vacationing in the resort and staying at holiday apartments located through entrance "8" on Calle Cristobal Parra (near Av. de la Florida), Marbella. It is believed the game of tennis took place one evening on a floodlit court surrounded by trees at "Hotel Fuerte" near the Orange Sq. in central Marbella. At one stage of the game following an "Ace" service straight down the center line Robin collected a tennis ball from the edge of the court and was within half a meter from the old man who said "good serve". The face of the old man is difficult to describe however it is believed he had long, black, strands of greasy hair covering his face. A few days later, the old man was seen sitting at the rear of a multi-million pound yacht (6) in Puerto Banus marina watching a black African male play a saxophone. The saxophonist (7) initially started to play a tune but then abruptly stopped and then started to move around creating the shape of a large circle perhaps indicating some type of loop. After his performance he moved into the crowd to collect money. His act attracted quite a crowd. However, it was not as intriguing as observing the elderly sun tanned wealthy European people at a private reception in an art gallery near the marina where some post-impressionist Van Gogh paintings were on display. The gallery owner had cordoned off a section of the terrace to allow guests outside to drink champagne and view the art.
Today, and by using the Romont Riddle (8) it is believed that the elderly man was Heinrich Himmler. The actions of Himmler on both sightings would suggest he was not as white with fear as Martin Bormann in 1974 (9). The elderly woman seen moving towards Himmler to whisper something in his ear (sketch below) is thought to be Annelies von Ribbentrop (3), code name OLGA. The identity of the man standing 90 degrees to Himmler, facing away from the boat, is very similar in appearance to a former Director of PFA Pension in Denmark called Kurt Thorsen "KT - Anna code 1120 but was in all likelihood Martin Bormann". (It is widely believed PFA Pension nearly collapsed after the 2001 terrorist attacks in New York through the loss of circa 24 Billion Danish Kroner. In 1996 the sister of a young blonde lady called Heidi Nielsen - Lisette, was seen outside the PFA building at Nordhavn in Copenhagen. The appearance of Lisette was identical as her appearance in 1985. She had been frozen in both time and space. Heidi and Lisette lived in Ballerup in 1985 and often visited Lake Garda with their parents, their father of whom was a hairdresser. Heidi later moved to another part of Denmark near Odense, the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen - Tel 66188502. It is not known what happened to Lisette. Note PFA with Anna code 1661 should not be confused with ATP - The Association of Tennis Professionals nor the plans of Dutch military engineer Henrik Ruse to enlarge the Citadel in Copenhagen in 1661).
The identity of the young blonde lady standing on the other side of Heinrich Himmler is unknown other than being someones´s daughter and in her early 20´s. However, for the purpose of intrigue, the young lady (who resembled a teenage Heidi Nielsen at Ballerup church in her "Confirmation" dress) and her brother/partner with a camera around his neck are thought not to be Romano and Anna Maria, son and daughter of "Il Duce" nor a "Moorman" at a reflecting pool but simply known as "Hansel and Gretel".
Himmler, Ribbentrop "OLGA", Bormann
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The luxury yacht is approximately 5 meters away. The higher deck with a person in white naval uniform is intended to help people visualise the famous "Room 40" in London during 1914. It is unknown where the idea for "Room 40" originated and whether or not it had any link to the A 40 in South West Wales near Wolf´s Castle is a mystery. Himmler´s "Flying Dutchman" yacht in 1989 only had one deck. (The position of the persons standing either side of Himmler and their profiles are 100% correct).
During the build-up to each sighting of a person formally linked to Adolf Hitler (1974, 1983, 1986 and 1989) something out of the ordinary would happen, perhaps to cause an everlasting impression. Prior to the 1989 sighting of Heinrich Himmler the only negative event to occur was the flooding of a holiday apartment kitchen near the Orange Square, Marbella, Spain. The flood in the holiday apartment was caused by an open door on a "laundry" washing machine. Both of the young occupants had never used the washing machine and wondered if they had left a water tap running. The mess was cleaned up so they started to think about playing a game of London Monopoly and having a race to buy all the "Yellow cards" and owning some of the houses and hotels. Only after 25 years did they ever consider reading the story "Perceval and the Holy Grail" to reflect on the life of Mr. Hitler and his mother Klara.
(French "Perceval" ANNA code = 82)
(English "Percival" ANNA code = 86)
Genesis 6:17. What was the origin of the squadron number for the RAF Dambusters?
1. John "Digger" Dickinson was similar in appearance to Martin Bormann (ANNA Code 152), son of a post office clerk and former private secretary to Adolf Hitler, quite stocky with a bull neck and round face. His pallor skin complexion was identical to Anneliese von Ribbentrop´s in Whittingham during the summer of 1983. Lindel Lane is a small single track lane that runs South West from Lindel Lodge. The lodge was home to a particularly extreme paedophile known to local police officers PC Braithwaite and PC Lynch and located on Park Lane a few houses away from Fernhill House, the former home of television star Jimmy Clitheroe who died on the same day as his mothers funeral. Curwen Hill farm was originally the home of John Taylor during the 1970´s but he died in a car crash at the Millennium. John was travelling home from Pilling when he crashed into a butchers delivery van being driven by Michael Clarke from Preston Market. Michael, who lives in Catforth has strong links with Preesall and was delivering meat to Springfield House Hotel.
Lindel lane leads towards Back Lane where it then changes direction towards the South East leading eventually to the "Secret Garden". The allotment can be found on a map of Preesall. It is directly behind an old mill and buildings that were originally used for "Pig and Poultry" farming in the 1960´s. The "Pig and Poultry" farm was owned by the Smith family and then the Maling family. (As of Sunday 7th of April 2013 and following 8 years of research it became accepted that John "Digger" Dickinson was infact Martin Bormann).
Note: A day after the 1945 birthday of Eva Braun, Martin Bormann wrote a letter to his wife Gerda. The letter read; "One day the Reich of our dreams will emerge. Shall we, I wonder, or our children, live to see it? In some ways, you know, this reminds me of the "Twilight of Gods" in the Edda. The giants and the dwarfs, the Fenris wolf and the snake of Mitgard, and all the forces of evil are in league against the gods; the majority have already fallen, and already the monsters are storming the bridge of the gods; the armies of the fallen heroes fight an invisible battle, the Valkyries join in, the Citadel of the gods crumbles, and all seems lost; and then, suddenly a new citadel rises, more beautiful than ever before, and Baldur lives again."
It is thought the mention of "Citadel" does not allude to the same Citadel in Budapest as written on page 126 of John Toland´s book, "The Last 100 Days". The page reads, "I have the unpleasant duty of taking you into custody," Veesenmayer said and looked at his watch. "The attack will begin in ten minutes." He was referring to Operation Panzerfaust," which was to start at 6 am. He took Horthy´s arm and escorted him towards his car. As the two men drove away it was 5:58 am. At the German legation someone was already telephoning Ribbentrop that the affair had ended without bloodshed.
Unfortunately nobody told Skorzeny. At 5.59 am he waved his arm - the signal to start motors - then stood up, pointed toward the Citadel, and the column began climbing the hill. Within half an hour, at the cost of seven lives, Skorzeny captured the Citadel, needlessly. (Operation Margarethe was the codename for the NAZI occupation of Hungary. Operation Margarethe II was the codename for the planned NAZI occupation of Romania of which never took place. Leaders in Denmark would at a later date see the positive side of Nicolae Ceaușescu and award him Denmark´s highest honour, Order of the Elephant). John Toland´s book "The Last 100 Days" was reviewed by Otto Skorzeny for corrections and additional input prior to its publication.
2. A scientist called Dr. Ranajit Ghosh, working for ICI is widely linked to the discovery of VX nerve agent during the 1950´s. During the 1960´s a number of tests were carried out using VX nerve agent. The series of tests were named "Project 112".
3. A derelict villa is located at 92-122 Calle Galicia, Estepona, Malaga, Spain. (Next door to the Atalaya Park Hotel). It is widely suspected the villa was used by OLGA. A strange death occurred in the garden of the derelict villa during the years after 1989. It is believed the gardener from the Hotel Atalaya Park hotel climbed over the perimeter wall attached to the villa and then climbed a tree before hanging himself to end his life. OLGA is the codename for Annelies von Ribbentrop. The ANNA code for OLGA is 35.
4. The Rolls-Royce Motor car company was owned by Vickers PLC from the beginning of the 1980´s upto the mid 1990´s.
5. Lakes, mountains, boats, daughters and parallels. Towards the end of the 1980´s a party was held at Broad Leys House on Lake Windermere, Cumbria, England. The party was to celebrate the birthday of a young lady who had studied at Casterton School near Kirkby Lonsdale with Alexandra Starkie. Broad Leys has been linked to speed and water for many decades and is located on the Eastern shores of the lake. During the party an attractive young lady appeared lost in thought. She circulated around the guests holding a glass of wine, pausing and considering her next move. She seemed to have much on her mind as she looked towards the sunset across the lake. Her long brown hair fell on to the shoulders of a pretty summers dress. Clutching her glass she smiled and walked over to a young man she had never met before. Nervously, she said hello and the two people became engaged in a friendly conversation. After a short while she smiled and moved away to speak with other people at the party. To describe the appearance of the teenage young lady from Broad Leys would be to ask people to think about the appearance of the wife of Prince William. The Duchess of Cambridge!
6. The King of Spain received a yacht at the Millennium called Fortuna. Some people believe there is an uncanny similarity between the yacht associated with the 1989 sighting of Heinrich Himmler (ANNA Code 152) and the one given to the King of Spain. The King of Spain was contacted through his Royal Palace in Madrid on 8 July 2013 and informed about Heinrich Himmler in Puerto Banus during 1989.
There is a decoded FBI radiogram recorded on 1 August 1945 providing information on a mysterious U-530. (See page 225 of the book called "Grey Wolf" written by Simon Dunstan and Gerrard Williams). The book raises the prospect of Adolf Hitler entering Argentina through Puerto San Julian from where he eventually made his way to Bariloche, Patagonia. It is also possible the plan was part of a reverse enactment of the escape route made by Admiral Wilhelm Canaris from Chile and the British in 1915 blended with a "Labrys" of mystery surrounding the death Sir Harry Oakes.
British Naval Intelligence in 1915 was located in the legendary "Room 40" and was directed by Admiral "Blinker" Hall. Also in 1915 The Faberge "Red Cross" Easter Egg was presented to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia by her husband Nicholas II and John Buchan´s book the "39 Steps" was published.
7. The Saxophone was invented by a Belgium instrument maker called Adolphe Saxo. During the Summer of 1996 at approx. 07:45 hrs in Fælledparken, Copenhagen, Denmark another Saxophonist, similar in appearance to the African person from Puerto Banus, was heard playing a melodi on his Saxophone. He was sat on a park bench in an open space amidst the trees close to Edel Sauntes Alle (Borgmester Jensens Alle). The location has now been landscaped into an open air stage with seating in a circular format.(It is unknown if the saxophonist was hoping to draw attention to Jim Hercules who worked at Gatchina Palace in St. Petersberg when Grand Duchess Olga was a young child).
8. The Romont Riddle is a mystery of inter-related incidents linked to events that have shaped the 21st century. The Riddle also comprises of a series of points on a map of Europe where a parallel line can be drawn by using the Pillars of Hercules as a starting point in Gibraltar and Morocco. The location of Annaliese von Ribbentrop´s villa on Calle Galicia in Estepona is a second point. The burial place of Walter Schellenberg in Turin is a third point. The fourth point is the birth place of Rudolf Hess in Alexandria, Egypt. The fifth point is the burial place for Staff Sergeant Catchpole in Cairo, Egypt, who was an important witness at the coroners inquest into the death of Lawrence of Arabia. (T.E Lawrence is buried in Moreton cemetery). The South Westerly parallel lines and the South Easterly parallel lines intersect near Scuol (longitude 10:17), Sent (longitude 10:20) and Ramosch (longitude 10:23) in the district of Inn and along the River Inn, in the Swiss Alps, which flows through Braunau am Inn, in Austria before entering the Danube river. The coat of arms for the village of Sent comprises of a large black key above green foliage. The language used in the region is called Romanish. Between the villages of Scuol and Ardez are the ruins of Castel Romano. (See Item 11 - Map of Europe and Parallel lines. Please note the map is not to scale).
The result of all the different directional parallel lines on a map of Europe creates an image, especially when "clipping" the North West, North East and vertical lines, similar in appearance to a Yamaha or Mercedes logo.
9. During the late 1980´s in 1989 two events took place in Blackpool and Manchester. One was a Christmas party at The Cliffs Hotel on North Promenade in Blackpool where a Michael Barrymore lookalike comedian made an after dinner performance. The second was at the rear of Waterstones bookshop on Police Street (Ridgefield) in Manchester where comedian Lesley Crowther climbed out of a taxi smiling and wearing a beige coloured raincoat. Shortly afterwards the black taxi cab driver proudly said, "Yes. It was him". Both events took place around the same time period as the sighting of what is now believed to be Heinrich Himmler in a fit of amusement in Puerto Banus, Spain. (There does not appear to be any link to Noel Field of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee).
The Cliffs Hotel is close to the Savoy Hotel in Blackpool. The hotel was used by the RAF during the Second World War. Due to the high value of flying officers being based at the Savoy Hotel in Blackpool it was anticipated the NAZI´s would launch many air attacks to neutralise their opponents. This never happened and recollections by many pensioners living in Poulton-Le-Fylde suggest the only real serious attack by the NAZI luftwaffe was along the East - West axis of Garstang Road (A586) when "dud" incendiary bombs were dropped.
Alphabetical Numerical / Numerical Alphabetical (ANNA) codes:
Item 11. Map of Europe "DEATH and a RE-BIRTH" (Not to scale).
1. "The King´s Commissar" by Duncan Kyle 1983
2. "Thirty Nine Steps" by John Buchan 1915
3. "Black Camelot" by Duncan Kyle 1978
4. "Greenmantle" by John Buchan 1916
5. "Bahama Crisis" by Desmond Bagley 1980
6. "Who Killed Sir Harry Oakes" by James Leasor 1983
7. "The Young Hitler I knew" by August Kubizek 1954. Introduction by Hugh Trevor-Roper and translated by E.V. Anderson. (In later editions the introduction is by Sir Ian Kershaw and translated by Geoffrey Brooks).
8. "Flight from Reality - Rudolf Hess and his mission to Scotland 1941", edited by David Stafford
9. "The Watkins Tarot Handbook" - Naomi Ozaniec
10. "A Heart for Europe" - Joanna Bogle
11. "Rudolf - The Tragedy of Mayerling" - Count Carl Lonyay Ph.D. Page 178 provides details of the post-mortem examination of Crown Prince Rudolf who died in 1889. Paragraph 6 reads; "The premature cohesion of the fontanelles, the remarkable depth of the skull cavity and the so called fingerlike impressions on the inner surface of the skull-bones, the evident subsidence of the brain passages, and the enlargement of the brain chamber are the pathological circumstances which experience has proved appurtenant to abnormal mental conditions, and which therefore justify the supposition that the deed was committed in a state of mental derangement". Signed Dr. E. Hoffmann, Dr. H Kundrat and Prof. Dr. H. Widerhofer.
12. "A Nervous Splendor: Vienna 1888-1889" - Frederic Morton
13. "Das Waldviertel - Zwischen Mystik und Klarheit. Das Image einer Region als Reiseziel", by Birgit Zotz
The Waldviertel Pyramid is located approximately 4 km South of Schloss Rosenau (along the L74 road), the former home of the Von Schonerer family. The pyramid comprises of 4 circular layers. The small hamlet of Rudmanns can be found approx. 11 km due East on the same latitude.
It should be noted that Georg von Schonerer (also known as "The Fuhrer") was an outspoken Austrian businessman and politician who seemed to hate everything that wasn´t German. He was an oponent of political catholicism and a fierce antisemite. Prior to 1880 he was associated with Karl Lueger, the future Mayor of Vienna. "The Coming of the Third Reich" written by Richard Evans is a useful book that helps picture some of the voices from the fringe during the late 1880´s).
John Haswell was originally from Scotland and employed by the Von Schonerer family as an engineer and a locomotive designer in Vienna. His wife Sophia, daughter of cotton mill owner Joseph Lane - former Mayor of Stockport, was originally from Stockport, Manchester, England. There is no information to suggest a link between the Haswell´s and the British Railway Baron Sir Edward Watkin - former MP for Stockport, or his father Absalon Watkin of Rosehill, Northenden, Manchester. (It should be noted the name Absalom is also linked to a famous Danish Bishop called the Bishop of Roskilde in 1158. Christiansborg Castle, the current location for the Danish parliament is built over the ruins of Absalom´s Castle. It is unknown if the land is cursed because there has been a strange co-incidence of devastating fires during the 19th century).
There is an unfriendly link however between Sir Edward Watkin and Sam Fielden of Todmorden, brother of John Fielden Jr. In January 1876 at a public meeting outside Todmorden, Sam, who was the largest shareholder of Manchester, Sheffield and Lincoln railway, took issue with the Chairman Sir Edward Watkin MP for appointing his son to the Board of the railway. Watkin is reported as saying, "I respect the aristocracy - the real aristocracy - but those men with their money bags, those mere plutocrats, I do not. They have inherited all the selfishness and meanness of their fathers, but none of their talent and ability". (Source page 192 of "Fieldens of Todmorden" by Brian R. Law, former Managing Director of Mars, Slough, UK). His book highlights many examples of the charitable acts undertaken by Sam Fielden and also provides a very detailed account of the rise and fall of the Fielden business in Todmorden over 200 years. Mr. Law demonstrates how the Fielden brothers between 1800 and 1850 circumvented many of the middle agents at the "Exchange" in Manchester, described as a "slaughter house" and developed their own shipping line and with their own trusted agents in Manchester, Liverpool and New York. One of the benefits besides better profit margins, was the access to first news and intelligence as each boat docked in Liverpool between these years followed by the ability to take calculated risks based upon future market trends. The prize for receiving early intelligence as a competitive advantage was lost with the arrival of the transatlantic telegraph during the mid 1850´s.
In 1959 the Fielden partnership owned 1023 looms at Waterside Mill.
There were two Samuel Fieldens linked to the Fielden brothers of Todmorden. The first was a second generation Fielden born in 1772 and died in 1822 (50 yrs). The second was a third generation family member born in 1816 and died in 1889. His son John Ashton Fielden became one of the richest persons in the UK following the death of his father in 1889. John Ashton later lived at Holme House with a large hunting estate near Whittlesea Mere, Peterborough. His game book for 1911-12 suggests over 10,000 rabbits and 4000 pheasnts were shot on his Holme House estate and sent in baskets by train to Smithfield market, London. His shareholdings in railway companies were very extensive however in July 1891 a celebration took place at the Metropole Hotel in London for the 50th anniversary of Thomas Cook the travel company, founded in Leicester in 1841. (Along the A47 half-way between Leicester and Peterborough is Uppingham and the "Eyebrook" reservoir where the final practice run took place for Guy Gibson and his 617 squadron in 1943. (The victims on either side in war should always be remembered and never forgotten. Recent estimates suggest approximately 50% of the people who died during the "Möhne Dam" raid were female Russian factory workers).
The Thomas Cook 50 years jubilee celebration at the Metropole Hotel in London included many wealthy industrialists with links to railways, travel and relationships with Thomas Cook, such as Sir John Pender, Sir Edward Watkin and John T. Brunner MP. However, it is not known if John Ashton Fielden was invited and declined or for reasons unknown was completely omitted from the celebration.
The small town of Cheadle, whose name originates from the Celtic word for wood and has the ANNA code of 38, is located halfway between Stockport and Northenden. It is widely believed there has never been any customs officials of the Imperial Court ever based in Cheadle even though it was split in two around 1326. The North going to Clemence and the South going to Agnes.
Anyone who suspects the number 38 is indicative of a small lane in Austria close to the Czech - Austrian border halfway between Krumlov and Linz will never be criticised, especially when visualising the flag of Krumlov whilst reflecting on Cheadle in Manchester and measuring the distance on a Philip´s Easyread 2010 European Atlas (page 96). Krumlov is also home to the "Mary of Snows" pilgrimage church once supported by Princess Anna Maria of Eggenberg.
There is information to suggest Joseph Lane and his family was in Stockport at the same time as the grandfather of Arnold Spencer-Leese. The grandfather was called Charles Hudson and he was the coroner for Stockport in 1841. It is also reasonable to assume many businessmen from Stockport around this time, inclusive of town council leaders, will have enjoyed links to the Grand Freemason Lodge of Cheshire, where in later years a masonic lodge would be named after John Brunner, one of the founding fathers of ICI and son of a Unitarian school master at St. George´s House, Everton. (Another example of a freemason lodge linked to Stockport is Lodge 336 founded in 1812 in Marple, Manchester and called the Netherlands lodge)
It should be noted the wealthy Danish businessman C.F Tietgen, born in 1829, lived in Manchester from 1849 for approx 5 years. He worked at a trading firm called, "Hald (ANNA Code 25) and Rahr (ANNA Code 45)" owned by Viggo Rahr and Erhard Hald. Viggo Danneford Rahr (age 36) married Elizabeth White (age 21), daughter of Francis White living at Marsden House, Cheetham Hill on 11 December 1850. The marriage certificate is number 152 and signed by Erhard Hald as a witness.
The grandmother of Viggo Danneford Rahr was called Sophie Caroline Goldt. She was born on 5 November 1744 in Assens, Fyn, Denmark and died on 17 July 1828 in Ribe, Jutland, Denmark. She was the eldest daughter of a customs officer who later worked in Ribe, Jutland, Denmark. One of the papers now being linked to her is called "The Golden Treasure chest of the children of God whose Treasure is in Heaven". The document can be viewed at http://www.rootsweb.com/ by searching her name.
It is known that Tietgen worked in Cheetham Hill and visited places of interest in Manchester city center. He later became the owner of Tuborg breweries, the Nordic Telegraph company and Private Bank (now owned by Nordea) and many other businesses in Denmark. Correspondence letters between C.F Tietgen and Hambro´s Bank in Britain are available for viewing at the Black Diamond library in Copenhagen.
John Haswell and his wife retired to the picturesque village of Traunkirchen on the Traunsee in Austria. They lived in a villa called "Ober Stein" translated in English to "Over Stone" of which they purchased in 1875. The name "Over Stone" is curious name for a house. In light of John Haswell´s relationship with railways it could be viewed as "parallel tracks" or alternatively with his wifes family links to Manchester it could also be imagined as a "foundation stone" with something important built above, perhaps similar to the foundation stone at the Manchester Athenaeum Club (Jack Miller, in a parallel act during 2003, was a member of the Athenaeum Club in London and constantly scathed his brother in Cheshire and a Barclays Bank account linked to a family dispute) or Manchester Town Hall or some of the old buildings in Stockport linked to the towns heritage such as the original location of the Mechanic´s Institute of which became a precursor for the Stockport local heritage library.
There is no hard evidence to suggest the Von Schonerer family or the Haswell family were heavily influenced by Astrology and the use of tarot cards even though the Waldviertel pyramid can be visualised as a symbol of the "Four Worlds". The Four Worlds and the meaning of the High Priestess and Moon tarot card could then be studied for possible association to the incidents linked with the sightings of escaped NAZI war criminals in Lancashire, and on mainland Europe during the 1970´s and 1980´s.
It is worth considering all of the above whilst studying the architecture of Todmorden Town Hall, West Yorks, Britain. Todmorden is a small town with a big story to digest especially with the postcode at the Wellington Inn on Halifax road bringing you closer to OLGA and the "33rd Foot Regiment". It is also especially interesting because of the link with the Swiss Unitarian schools in Everton during the 1830´s and longitude 10:17 in the South East corner of Switzerland.
FILM WORTH VIEWING:
1. Lawrence of Arabia - Directed by David Lean and Produced by Sam Spiegel
2. Dr. Zhivago - Directed by David Lean
3. A Bridge Too Far - Directed by Richard Attenborough
4. Death in Lillehammer by Victor Ostrovsky on YouTube
Between the years 1974 and 1983 = 9. Between the years 1983 and 1989 = 6. ANNA would want you to think about NEPHRITE! (Faberge).
However, 1986 would want you to think about Frau Zakrey from the 6th District of Vienna and the numbers 41 + 45.
The last designated "Commander" of the Alpine Redoubt (Citadel) was Field Marshal Ferdinand Schoerner.
Frederiksberg kommune in Copenhagen was originally called Solbjerg in 1660. The name later changed to New Holland and New Amager during a time when Dutch farmers lived on Allegade near Frederiksberg Bredegade. Books written about the village around this time refer to the district as New Holland Town. In 1907 a church was built on Howitzvej (Lampevej). The church is called Solbjerg church and contains three interesting cultural artifacts. The first is a model of the Danish ship "KØBENHAVN" hanging above the center aisle. The second is a Baptisamal font made from Cotta sandstone from the Elbe sandstone Mountains in Germany. The third is a large painting by Lauritz Tuxen of "Hagar and Ishmael" painted in 1892 measuring (234 x 290).