Explore updated information based on Bram Stoker's "Bisley Boy" research.
Did a boy really replace the young Queen Elizabeth when she died at age 10, and later rule England using her name?
Is that why "Elizabeth" transformed from a dull student to someone fluent in three languages, overnight? Does this explain why Queen Elizabeth I never married?
Who could have looked and sounded so much like Elizabeth, he even fooled her father? And why did the boy deserve the throne, even more than the real Elizabeth?
Sarah Skye has expanded Bram Stoker's research and added historical details to present the Bisley Boy as Elizabeth's likely impostor.
Ms. Skye shares her candid opinions, as well as other historian's views on this controversial topic.
Finally, this book includes Stoker's original, 19th-century story, lightly edited for easier reading.
To uncover the truth about Queen Elizabeth I, start with this book.