Part III - My Friends
Of all my captains, the Duke de Alencon was my dearest friend. (It is possible
this is a picture of Henry III - King of France born 1551 - died 1589.)
Gilles de Rais, a
fabulously wealthy Baron of Brittany, took an active part in helping me
deliver the city of Orleans and the Loire valley from the English
occupation. He took an active part in King Charles' coronation ceremony
and was with me at my failed attempt to take Paris. Unfortunately, after
my death, he returned to his estate in Brittany where he immersed himself
in Satanism. He killed at least 40 innocent children to use
their blood to change lead into gold. Because of my prayers for his
soul, God gave him the grace to repent of his wicked crimes before he was
hanged and his body burned in the same Rouen market square where I was
previously burned to death.
Dunois, the Bastard of Orleans, was my friend and comrade.
His signature reads 'The Bastard of Orleans.
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