Here are some lines concerning my preferred conspiracy: the substitution of Napoleon’s body.
In May the 5th, 1821, Emperor Napoleon dies at St. Helena. The people present at the ceremony obviously note for future generations what they see, what is happening hour after hour, as well as the different characteristics of the corpse.
Napoleon is buried in the Geranium Valley.
His remains shall stay there for 19 years.
In 1840, a French commisision returns to St. Helena with the goal of bringing back the body of Napoleon to Paris.
Once again, the people present take full note of what they see.
They are confronted with a terrible dilemma: when one compares the writings of 1821 and 1840, they absolutely do not correspond.
How to explain for example that:
The number of coffins is not the same?
That the decorations observed are not identical.
The silken socks have disappeared.
The boots are paralelly unsewed letting see exactly four toes apparent en each side while all other elements of the suit are perfectly preserved.
The spurs also have vanished.
The beard and the hair grown again.
Teeth are white and impeccable as they never were.
The silver vases have changed place.
But especially the body which stench was unbearable in 1821 is found in a perfect state of conservation in 1840, without the least odor nor and "As momified" in spite that never had it undergone any similar treatment.
Thus, how could we rationnaly explain all these differences?
The body exhumed body is not Napoleon’s!
I thank you for your attention and send you my best regards.
Ps: avec la complicité de Mamz'elle Zézé.
"Tant que les Français constitueront une Nation, ils se souviendront de mon nom."