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84. Dodd's research and his books are overwhelming. The One-World-Order has worked hard to keep them out of the United States. Delia Bacon, (no relation to Francis Bacon) was the first profane person to really realize that Sir Francis Bacon was Shakespeare. She was so overwhelmed by this discovery, she went to England and devoted her life to researching the connections. They managed to lock her up in an insane asylum near Stratford, but not before she succeeded to get her book published. Her nephew finally rescued her from the British insane asylum and brought her back to Hartford,Conn, where she died in peace "trusting in the Lord." She was cruelly slandered, rediculed and mocked as if her discovery was an insane idea. Whether true or false, her theory, now substantiated, makes more sense than any other explanation. Interestingly, various Masons, including Mark Twain, and various important men in the One-World-Power like Henry James and Sigmund Freud believed in her research, while the "profane" world almost entirely ignored her.
85. Dodd, Alfred. Francis Bacon's Personal Life-Story, Vol. 2-The Age of James, London: Rider & Co., 1986, pp. 518-532. See also Dodd's book The Martyrdom of Francis Bacon, (same publisher) .
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