I would be pleased to become the origin of this information about this Louis XVII about who you are speaking off here. Nothing of this whole article is true. The last Son of Louis XVII, Louis-Charles de Bourbon who did not died at the Temple in France, spended his whole like in secret in the North of the Flanders, which we call now Belgium. Louis-Charles de Bourbon, which has been named Louis XVII by the Royalists, died there on November 1, 1875 at the age of 90. Nobody, exept all nobels in Europa are informed about his life. France has still his Royal Family, while the Republic is doing everything to let the people of France believe that he died in 1795 in the Temple prison of Paris. Louis-Charles de Bourbon, wasn't at that time in France anymore because he arrived at August 21, 1794 in a secret place, where nobody could find him.
Louis-Charles de Bourbon, knew what his duty was, to make sure the Royal Family would continue. For this moment there are around 240 descendantes of him, who are living under the name of ROMBOUT, the name he became on the famous date of August 21, 1794 after his fled.
Greetings Mr Schalck Spokesman of the descendantes firstname.lastname@example.org
- For conspiracy theories and "secret history", you're on the wrong wiki.--Marcpasquin 12:01, 24 May 2005 (UTC)
- Despite, with a POD in the 16th century, any relation between OTL and this timeline's event by late 18th century is just coincidential. If someone was kept in secret *here*, could be well have been killed *there*, or not even exist. So trueness is not a measure to judge this kind of events, anyhow.
- --Carlos Th (talk) 14:13, 24 May 2005 (UTC)