Princess Diana Car Crash Predicted In ‘Chilling’ Note

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Princess Diana predicted her tragic car crash two years before it happened in a ‘chilling’ note.

In the upcoming documentary The Diana Investigations on Discovery+, they discuss at length the ‘Mishcon Note,’ which is named after her advisor, Victor Mishcon.

He reportedly had a meeting with Princess Diana in 1995, where allegedly he took notes of things that were on her mind, including being told that she would get injured in a car crash.

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In a preview posted by Discover+, they read: “The Princess had been informed by reliable sources, who she did not wish to reveal, that a car accident might be staged, in which you would end up either dead or seriously injured and removed from the scene.”

Later in the video, the narrators add: “Lord Mischon takes his note of that meeting to the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police.

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“I think you need to see my note of that meeting with the Princess.”

Princess Diana died in 1997 in Paris after her driver, who was later found to be under the influence, crashed while driving 65 mph, trying to avoid the paparazzi.

The preview for the documentary also revealed that the police did not follow up on the letter and just locked it in a safe.

The ‘Mishcon Note’ was reportedly one of two letters Princess Diana wrote, with the other one being sent to her butler, Paul Burrell.

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That one was written in October 1996, two months after her divorce from Prince Charles.

In The Diana Investigations, Burrell recalled: “When she brought me that note, the princess was going through a very tricky part of her life, and so she wasn’t stable and her feelings were erratic.”

This note was made public in 2003 when he published his book, titled ‘A Royal Duty’.

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.