Princess Diana's 'One Word Message': Paul Burrell Says Late Royal Sent Him a 'Chilling' Memo

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Diana, Princess of Wales' spirt communicated with Paul Burrell.

Jan. 23 2024, Published 2:54 p.m. ET

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Diana, Princess of Wales, communicated with her former butler, Paul Burrell, from beyond the grave.

"I had been introduced to this world before by the Princess. She was heavily involved in spirituality," Burrell dished after letting the ghost hunters of Celebrity Help! My House is Haunted, inspect his home.

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Paul Burrell pictured with Princess Diana in 1997.

Burrell, who was the late princess' butler for many years, claims that he regularly has dreams of his former boss, even years after her death in a tragic car crash on August 31, 1997. The author also shared on the program that he feels her spirit in the mock Tudor mansion he shares with his husband, Graham Cooper.

The pair called the ghost hunters due to seeing shadowy figures and smelling whiffs of tobacco smoke in the home, even though neither smoke.

Burrell revealed that during the session, he heard Diana's "giggle" before she uttered one word... "France." The princess lost her life along with her partner Dodi Fayed and driver Henri Paul in Paris' Pont de L'Alma tunnel. The iconic royal's voice was captured on the team's EVP recorder that they said "enables us to hear beyond the human ear for any nearby spirit contact."

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Diana, Princess of Wales, was a 'firm believer' in astrology and spirituality, including the paranormal.

Diana also said "sorry," which led Burrell to state: "I don’t understand why it would say France other than the fact that the Princess died in France and the fact I went to France to bring her home. I had been introduced to this world before by the Princess," he added. "She was heavily involved in spirituality. Mediums, psychics, astrologers, etc., and I witnessed it from the edges. I watched her, and she would giggle afterward and say, 'You don’t believe, do you?' and I would say well I'm not sure."

The bestselling writer then emotionally observed: "When you have loved someone in life — and I did love her — and they pass very quickly, a little piece of them remains behind, and you carry them with you for the rest of your days. If my Princess wanted to tell me something, I think she would come to me."

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Paul Burrell shared how Queen Elizabeth II revealed that her reigning queen predecessor, Queen Victoria, believed one of her Balmoral homes was haunted.

The ex-palace aide then shared how even the late Queen Elizabeth II, a monarch well-known for her pragmatism, seemed to share the same sentiments when it comes to notions of an afterlife. Burrell worked in the Queen's household for years before he was transferred to Diana's home.

"Our dear late queen always said that there were ghosts, and she said, 'I never go to Allt-na-giubhsaich Glassalt,' the cottage on the lake in Balmoral — 'without the corgis because the corgis sense it before I do,'" the royal commentator dished.

Her late Majesty then recalled a similar incident of one of her predecessors, which is like what Burrell experienced with Diana. "'Their hackles go up, and they start to growl, so I never go without them, and I never stay the night there' — Queen Victoria would stay the night there with John Brown," Elizabeth II shared with her former aide when describing the potentially haunted country home.

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Diana, Princess of Wales, died unexpectedly on August 31, 1997.

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The Daily Mirror reported on Burrell's remarks.



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