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the royal corpse

Exiled to a lonely island with no escape, and he was kept there and poisoned slowly with Arsenic within his wine. He died there in agony, and his body was exhumed forty years thereafter his burial on St. Helena Island. He was reinterred at Paris France and perfectly preserved because of all the arsenic within his tissues. Herein lies NAPOLEON BONEPART, Emperor of France, and still intact unto this very day. That is a fact.

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gerry logan 31 Mar 2008

Interesting story line and super job done here

Artist Reply: Thank you Gerry !!

Anonymous Guest 25 Feb 2008

Hi Walt, this one is too real!---kinda spooky, lol---awesome sketch as always.-I still have the one of me and the Grandkids you did---hug's, Margaret~~

Anonymous Guest 01 Feb 2008

Wonderful job! You always do that though! Keep it coming!

Artist Reply: Thank you so much for the comment

Karen Cash 31 Jan 2008

great work and interesting bit of history!

Artist Reply: Thanks Karen, your opinion counts !!!

Anonymous Guest 30 Jan 2008

A great sketch Walt and this little piece of history that I didn't know, thank you for that information. YOB Don

Artist Reply: Thank you friend