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« Reply #45 on: August 21, 2012, 11:44:12 AM »
More info on this story:

"You, like me once, go and assume you know this and that! It was pure Bolshevik propaganda that the Romanov's were executed, they had escaped and Lenin didn't want anyone to know especially the white Royaltist army! They all spilt up. Nicholas, Alexandra and Alexei went to live in Germany/ Poland, while the girls went and lived in Italy and eventually became good friends of pope Pius XII. There tombs have even been found in Italy, go through some Harrys links and eventually you will find pics of the links Harry got himself!!! Going onto Alexi, well what didn't he do! Alexei in later life actually had an affair with Prince Michael of Kent's Mother who had a son who is still living today in N Ireland!! Alexi took on the name of Nikolia so search and you will find the info. As I said before the Tombs of Alexandra, Anatasia, Tatina, and Olga's were found in Italy however the rest were never found Nicholas's is presumed somewhere in Germany or Poland, Maria we haven't a clue and Alexis is probably somewhere in N Ireland! Tara you should respect the elderly wether they know more or not, Harry is a top professor and works for many Univirsites around the Globe! He has expolored from Italy to the USA to Japan to Russia and knows way more than you!! He has worked with Russian princesses and great scientists have I anymore o say??

Picture of the tomb of Grand Duchess Maria: http://i689.photobucket.com/albums/vv253/1toscany/TombeCcileCzapska.jpg
Picture of Grand Duchess Maria and Olga in old age, supposedly: http://i689.photobucket.com/albums/vv253/1toscany/Mariaolgab.jpg
Article from an Italian newspaper regarding the Grand Duchesses visit: http://i689.photobucket.com/albums/vv253/1toscany/IMG_0741.jpg
Here's a link to the Facebook pages where all these claims are being made: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Romanovs/150196918980. Look for posts from Harry Blanton Binkow.

"Perhaps you have heard that the story of what happened at the Ipatiev House in 1918 was a big lie! There was no massacre of the Imperial Family.

In 1920 a book published in the Western Hemisphere was released to provide explanation of the truth. The most influential was "Rescuing The Czar", by WIlliam P. Smythe.

By the 1970's news from England revealed the existence of documents proving the evacuation of the Imperial Family was real. In 1976, two British journalists. Summers & Mangold, working for BBC, published another book, "The File On The Tsar", were new discoveries identified secret negotiation between the Bolsheviks and the German EMpire to liberate the Tsarina and her children. They also revealed the existence of documents from the Sokolov investigation that were not included in his published report of 1924. Those documents are filed in famous universities in The United States, Since 1983, strong rumors about the survival of Alexandra Feodorovna and her children spread through Europe, where two daughters of the Tsar, Olga and Maria lived in secrecy, protected by Queen Helena of Italy and The Vatican.

A relevant fact is that next month, September 2012, the largest editorial house in Spain (Planeta) is to release the unpublished memoirs of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna Romanova.

The autobiography of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna. It was to have been published in 1956, however The Vatican would not allow it. It is not as silly a book like that of Greg King and Penny Wilson. It is an autobiography of her life after being rescued from Russia. The entire family was rescued from Russia by Kaiser Wilhelm II and The Vatican. Planeta is the largest editorial house in Spain. They would never consider the publication of this book without its insurmountable credibility and evidence. For your information, the archives of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna in Italy, comprise 35,000 documents. The Orthodox Church, The Vatican, and the Government of Russia, The Romanoff Family Association, Russian Nobility Association, BBC, History Channel, Telemundo, Smithsonian, Royal Russia, as well as many other authors and organizations involved in the true fate of the Romanov's, are aware of this publication which certainly will state its precedent in history. I believe you will be very surprised."

NB. I am aware that King and Wilson are users of this forum so if they happen to come across this mention of their book then I do apologise!

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Re: Claimant of Grand Duchess Olga Nicholaevna - Marga Boodts
« Reply #46 on: August 21, 2012, 11:50:37 AM »
"compromised" DNA could never produce the results gotten.  Nicholas' DNA was sequenced first, for example, before his brother George.  It contains that unique single mutation.  How could anyone have known, or gotten the exact DNA elsewhere to "contaminate" the grave remains with Nicholas' own DNA? Not physically possible.  The same goes for the hemophilia markers found in the two children...

Whoever you are "talking" to is a Flat Earth believer.

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« Reply #47 on: August 21, 2012, 12:02:52 PM »
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"You, like me once, go and assume you know this and that! It was pure Bolshevik propaganda that the Romanov's were executed, they had escaped and Lenin didn't want anyone to know especially the white Royaltist army! They all spilt up. Nicholas, Alexandra and Alexei went to live in Germany/ Poland, while the girls went and lived in Italy and eventually became good friends of pope Pius XII. There tombs have even been found in Italy, go through some Harrys links and eventually you will find pics of the links Harry got himself!!! Going onto Alexi, well what didn't he do! Alexei in later life actually had an affair with Prince Michael of Kent's Mother who had a son who is still living today in N Ireland!! Alexi took on the name of Nikolia so search and you will find the info. As I said before the Tombs of Alexandra, Anatasia, Tatina, and Olga's were found in Italy however the rest were never found Nicholas's is presumed somewhere in Germany or Poland, Maria we haven't a clue and Alexis is probably somewhere in N Ireland! Tara you should respect the elderly wether they know more or not, Harry is a top professor and works for many Univirsites around the Globe! He has expolored from Italy to the USA to Japan to Russia and knows way more than you!! He has worked with Russian princesses and great scientists have I anymore o say??

Picture of the tomb of Grand Duchess Maria: http://i689.photobucket.com/albums/vv253/1toscany/TombeCcileCzapska.jpg
Picture of Grand Duchess Maria and Olga in old age, supposedly: http://i689.photobucket.com/albums/vv253/1toscany/Mariaolgab.jpg
Article from an Italian newspaper regarding the Grand Duchesses visit: http://i689.photobucket.com/albums/vv253/1toscany/IMG_0741.jpg
Here's a link to the Facebook pages where all these claims are being made: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Romanovs/150196918980. Look for posts from Harry Blanton Binkow.

"Perhaps you have heard that the story of what happened at the Ipatiev House in 1918 was a big lie! There was no massacre of the Imperial Family.

In 1920 a book published in the Western Hemisphere was released to provide explanation of the truth. The most influential was "Rescuing The Czar", by WIlliam P. Smythe.

By the 1970's news from England revealed the existence of documents proving the evacuation of the Imperial Family was real. In 1976, two British journalists. Summers & Mangold, working for BBC, published another book, "The File On The Tsar", were new discoveries identified secret negotiation between the Bolsheviks and the German EMpire to liberate the Tsarina and her children. They also revealed the existence of documents from the Sokolov investigation that were not included in his published report of 1924. Those documents are filed in famous universities in The United States, Since 1983, strong rumors about the survival of Alexandra Feodorovna and her children spread through Europe, where two daughters of the Tsar, Olga and Maria lived in secrecy, protected by Queen Helena of Italy and The Vatican.

A relevant fact is that next month, September 2012, the largest editorial house in Spain (Planeta) is to release the unpublished memoirs of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna Romanova.

The autobiography of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna. It was to have been published in 1956, however The Vatican would not allow it. It is not as silly a book like that of Greg King and Penny Wilson. It is an autobiography of her life after being rescued from Russia. The entire family was rescued from Russia by Kaiser Wilhelm II and The Vatican. Planeta is the largest editorial house in Spain. They would never consider the publication of this book without its insurmountable credibility and evidence. For your information, the archives of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna in Italy, comprise 35,000 documents. The Orthodox Church, The Vatican, and the Government of Russia, The Romanoff Family Association, Russian Nobility Association, BBC, History Channel, Telemundo, Smithsonian, Royal Russia, as well as many other authors and organizations involved in the true fate of the Romanov's, are aware of this publication which certainly will state its precedent in history. I believe you will be very surprised."

Wow, this guy is really out to lunch.  These stories crack me up. 

What will he say next, that he saw Anastasia having lunch with Elvis at a Burger King in Cleveland?
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« Reply #48 on: August 21, 2012, 02:19:49 PM »
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Wow, this guy is really out to lunch.  These stories crack me up. 

What will he say next, that he saw Anastasia having lunch with Elvis at a Burger King in Cleveland?

Think we can get BlessOTMA Anne to draw us a picture of that one Tim? :-)
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« Reply #49 on: August 21, 2012, 05:00:31 PM »
LOL!  That would be an interesting picture to see.
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« Reply #50 on: February 16, 2013, 06:24:17 AM »
Is somebody read "tsar's daughters" written by Jacqueline Monsigny? This woman met a man the duc Alexis of Anjou I think and this man pretended to have Maria Nicolaievna as grand mother. Monsigny did not believed him but however they became friend. About the age of 40, this duc died suddenly, we do not know how; in the same time, died his mother(so the daughter of Maria). They just decided to be recognised as Romanov. Before dying, Alexis told this story to the french autor:
In this book, Monsigny wrote that during this famous night of july 1918, only the tsar has been killed maybe with Alexei,Olga became Magda Boots, she would live in Italy near the lake of Côme where she helped children without parents; she would died in 1978(?). Alexandra and Tatiana died in Auschwitz during the war(can you imagine this?). Anastasia would have been Anna Anderson(I believe in this) and so Maria got married, had 2 girls, lived first in Africa, and then lived in Italy with Olga(sister that she loved the most:she called her daughter Olga). She died quietly in 1970.
Monsigny is CONVINCED of this. Isn't it flabbergasting, she give so much details about the place of the tomb of Olga(burried in Italy) for ex


The   empress   in   exile   hermine   reuss    knew   this  to    why   nobody    searches   in  that   direction   she   met    boots   and   anastasia  several  times     kolia


ample. I also almost believe her. And you?      

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« Reply #51 on: February 27, 2013, 03:17:52 AM »
"Anastasia having lunch with Elvis at a Burger King in Cleveland?"

Someone should do a photoshop of that! Maybe put Rasputin in at the serving counter.

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« Reply #52 on: February 27, 2013, 06:51:23 AM »
"Anastasia having lunch with Elvis at a Burger King in Cleveland?"

Someone should do a photoshop of that! Maybe put Rasputin in at the serving counter.


I can just picture that! Agreed someone should do a photoshop of that!

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« Reply #53 on: March 01, 2013, 10:58:19 PM »
Of course it must be the real Anastasia that is used, but put Anna Anderson and Eugenia Smith somewhere in the mix too. Come on talented people out there - surely someone on this board is able to do that!

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« Reply #54 on: March 13, 2013, 10:08:23 AM »
Well, don't think that claimants haven't thought about photoshoped images... the supporters of Maria Marti's claims took seriusly the idea of the photomontages! They have a pair of photoshoped images to support their bizarre claims!... :-/

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« Reply #55 on: March 16, 2013, 04:10:56 PM »
The best photoshopped work from a claimant I've seen is when they posted a DNA profile which contained 'Nicholas and Alexandra's profiles', to prove that they were a Romanov child. Stuff like that goes beyond delusion, to be honest.

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« Reply #56 on: March 16, 2013, 06:13:02 PM »
That is crazy! Which claimant was that?

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« Reply #57 on: March 17, 2013, 10:36:25 AM »
This was on a Facebook profile. I think it's been taken down now due to complaints. The entire profile was disturbing to say the least. If I do happen to find the photo I will post it here.

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« Reply #58 on: March 17, 2013, 03:16:32 PM »
No doubt that is why it was taken down.
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« Reply #59 on: February 26, 2016, 02:14:22 PM »
Any idea of who is this woman? She doesn't look like Marga Boodts or Concetta Fedele to me, but I could be wrong.