Since the tragic passing of Diana, Princess of Wales, there have been numerous conspiracy theories and claims about the death, suggesting that it was more than an accident. In fact, the accident has been the basis of many weary theories over the years; a new suggestion in circulation is that Diana and Dodi Fayed were killed when a laser beam was flashed into the eyes of their driver, causing him to lose control of the vehicle and crash. 

Princess Diana, imortalised at Madame Tussauds New York
Princess Diana, imortalised at Madame Tussauds New York

Apparently, a supposed witness has come forward to speak to British detectives about the incident in August 1997. The witness allegedly saw a motorcyclist point a laser directly into the eyes of Diana's chauffeur, HENRI PAUL, from a distance, leading the Mercedes to crash inside the Parisian tunnel, Pont De L'Alma.

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According to UK newspaper the Daily Express, one witness claimed to see "an enormous radar-like flash of light" moments before the crash took place. This "evidence", supposedly supports the conspiracy theory that Princess Diana, Al Fayed and Henri Paul were assassinated British Secret Service on behalf of the UK's royal family. For anyone wondering why it took so long for the revelation to come to light (no pun intended), the theory emerged after reports from French medics that Diana was pregnant at the time of her death.

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The theorist have come together in an understanding that Diana and her lover, Al Fayed, were killed by the British Secret Service by order of the Royal Family, as Diana retained her Princess title and would be having a Muslim's child. Mohamed Al Fayed, the tycoon father of Dodi Fayed, is one of the conspiracy's biggest supporters, refusing to believe that the crash was an accident. This new investigation is currently being spearheaded by Lord Stevens, the former Metropolitan police commissioner, and is expected to continue until 2007.

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