The latest news, just released from the Palace: The Slasher has left blood curdling photographs of the horrific slaying of Princess Antoinette. It seems that he murdered her in front of the refrigerator, storing her severed body parts there, till Princess Melita discovered them late Tuesday evening. The Princess went into a deep state of shock & was unable to speak for several days. It was only today, during the end of the Requiem Mass, that she broke her silence, offering tribute to her slain daughter & solace to others who mourned her loss, not speaking of the visual death threats that were left in the Palace kitchen.
The Imperial household was under violent attack, with the recent murder of Princess Antoinette, whose blood seeps from the refrigerator in the Palace kitchen.
Hidden behind the Bonaparte favourite food items were the body parts of the brutally attacked Princess. One servant called it “Silence on the Lam” as the killer is still at large & believed to be sending veiled death threats to Melita Bonaparte.
The “Silence on the Lam” Killer left his calling card by an original work of art, commissioned by Princess Melita Bonaparte during the 2013 Film Noir Festival, by David Griffin, never imagining that her life would imitate the art form she has so passionately supported for many years!
Despite her prayers of healing, the personal grief of Her Serene Highness, The Princess Melita Bonaparte, cannot help but be felt & shared by her millions of supporters during this difficult time.
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You can see that she is heart broken, despite her efforts at clinging to Imperial dignity,that is required of her.
World sympathy goes out to the Princess Melita Bonaparte,as never-ending tragedy strikes the the very heart & soul of her family. Now, there is only one left, but he has run away, Prince Pierre. Grief has no end for the beautiful & beloved Princess Melita Bonaparte.
The grisly image of the slashing death of the beloved Princess Antoinette Bonaparte, forever etched before the eyes of a disbelieving world. May she rest in peace.
The horror unfolds as the totally innocent Princess Antoinette Bonaparte is led down a path of destruction by a vagabond who never in his life did one positive thing for humanity.
Her piteous cry for help was never heard, as the hideous vulture plied the poor Princess with more & more & more drugs. Her fate, alas, is the stuff of ancient Greek tragedy.
I doubt if Princess Antoinette Bonaparte much liked the idea of being turned into an Easter Basket decoration by her mother, Her Serene Highness, The Princess Melita Bonaparte. Being crammed onto a handle of cheap, wicker, thrift-shop Easter basket must have chaffed her little doll legs. No wonder she ran away from home!
Princess Antoinette Bonaparte, daughter of Princess Melita Bonaparte, in a specially designed Easter Basket, shortly before running away from home.
We found out later that via supernatural powers (The Divine Right of Kings) her mother turned her into a chocolate Easter Bunny–and things went into a sort of Twilight Zone after that happened.