(Sep. 23, 1999) 48 hours after Nitro News published Jim Keith's shock article on Princess Diana's supposed pregnancy, he passed away at age 50 from a blood clot, and our servers crashed.
It was only yesterday that we managed to fix the technical glitch. A afterwards, we accessed the famed author's Nitro Mail account, which we had set up for him.
We discovered that Keith had received a wealth of eye-opening information about the Diana case, just hours before his untimely death.
According to his sources, Jim was not alone in his belief that the Princess of Wales was pregnant. Members of the German media uncovered evidence in late 1997 to support the stunning claim, although the story was never published outside the country.
But perhaps Diana herself provided the answer when she once wore the number "492" on her baseball hat during a secret visit to a London hospital. This number is the top line of the kabbalistic magic square for Saturn. The mysterious square is used in Islamic tradition as a sigil to aid women after childbirth.