Father Sebastiaan, Mysteries of Paris author interviews with Peter Greenberg

Greetings all, On April 26th 2014 I had the honor of being a guest on “The Travel Detective’s” Peter Greenberg’s show radio show broadcast from the Presidential Suite at the legendary Le Bristol Hotel in Paris.  Among guests were Victoria Mather, travel editor for Vanity Fair and Paul Charles, former BBC presenter and aviation expert. Peter Greenberg is an Emmy award winning […]

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Mysteries of Paris #15 – Curse of the Knights Templar

Support the Mysteries of Paris Kickstarter today! The Knights Templar were knights who protected the pilgrims coming from the coast to Jerusalem during the Crusades. They became very wealthy and powerful, being both militarily strong with fortresses all over Europe, thus became very secure and one of their side businesses was banking. Thus making them […]

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Mysteries of Paris #41 – Red Man of the Tuileries, the Ghost who haunted the French monarchy for 260 years…

(Jardin des Tuileries, next to the Louvre) Catherine de Medicis, Queen of France during the 16th century, had a henchman, a butcher by trade who committed murders for the crown. His name was ”Jean l’écorcheur”, john the skinner. Rumours say that he knew way too many secrets about the royal family. So the queen decided […]

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