A book about the mysterious ‘man who’s in the room’ behind the murder trial of the Queen’s mother has been released by publisher John Boulton Book.
The book reveals the life of the man accused of murdering the Queen and her family in 1963 and reveals how he managed to get away with his crimes for more than 40 years.
The author, a former journalist, said: ‘It’s not just about the King and Queen.
It’s about the country, the people, the nation, the family, the country itself.
The story of my life is the story of the King.
I was born in the village of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk.
I grew up in the parish and in the county and then moved to Bournemouth.
The people I lived with were good people.
They didn’t have a problem with drugs or alcohol.
I didn’t do anything wrong.
I was a good lad.
I had a good time and I loved it.
Then I started to feel a bit like a boy when I was in my early teens.
I started getting into trouble.
My father’s brother was out on bail for theft.
So I started drinking heavily and it got to the point where I could barely sleep.
The next thing I know, I’m walking out of Bournville prison with my hand up.
I go to the window and look out and I see my family and I realise what has happened to me.
I look out of the window, and it’s gone.
I’m left with nothing, nothing to lose.
I knew I wanted to kill the Queen.
But I never thought that I would be a serial killer.
I thought I’d just be doing the job that I was hired to do, to kill people.
And then it happened.
I took a gun and shot myself in the head.
I went into a deep coma.
I came out a month later.
I had no memory of the time I was alive.
I still don’t know who I am.
I’ve never told anyone what happened.
I’m in a state of denial.
I don’t believe in ghosts.
I still don, but it’s a different story now.
I don’t have any fear anymore.
I feel very safe in my own home.
I have no idea who I was.
I can’t remember the events of 1963 and how I ended up in Bourncombe Prison.
I feel very lucky to have been put through the system and the system has given me so much support and support from so many people.
I hope to one day live in a country where I can be remembered for my actions and not the events that I’ve just experienced.
I know the truth of my actions.
I am ashamed to be the man who killed the Queen, and I know that.