THE MYTH OF THE MARK OF GHENGIS KHAN
In 1957, when D'Lynn Waldron was first in Hong Kong, she was told many times that the mark in the center of her right hand (see photo) was the mark of Ghengis Khan, the sign of a conqueror.
Later, when Red China wanted to keep D'Lynn out of Nepal, where as a member of the Royal Family she would be sure to make trouble about their secret road building through the Himalayas which was being done with the collaboration of the king, Red China warned the king about the so-called mark of Ghengis Khan in her palm.
When the king imprisoned the newly elected Prime Minister and members of the Parliament and made himself an absolute dictator, Prime Minister Nehru of India said he wished to replace the king with the king's brother and the brother's American wife, which gave substance to the threat Red China said D'Lynn was to the king. (See links below for press clippings and documents.)
MARRIAGE TO PRINCE OF NEPAL
Nepal contents page
Marriage to Prince of Nepal 1958
Royal Family photos
A few of the letters from Royal Family to D'Lynn Waldron
Maoist War in the Himalayas 1958- ongoing
Piloting DC3 in the Himalayas 1958
Paintings and photos of the Himalayas
Massacre of Nepal's Royal Family June 2001
D'Lynn Waldron, PhD, FRGS Scholar-Adventurer
A life of high adventure, royal romance, and scientific discovery.