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The Nosferatu Conspiracy: Book Two, The Sommelier

Brian James Gage

An epic paranormal chase thriller set during the Battle of Arras in March 1917. The second book in the multi-award-winning Nosferatu Conspiracy series is a gonzo horror mash-up of Gothic fiction, suspense-thriller, and historical fantasy that tells the shocking supernatural cover-up of Kaiser Wilhelm’s true intentions for starting World War I.


History states that World War I was triggered by the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary on June 28, 1914, at the hands of the revolutionary group Young Bosnia.

Although this is true, traditional historians fail to acknowledge the trove of recovered censored documents citing Franz Ferdinand’s murder was a false-flag operation concocted by Kaiser Wilhelm II and a veiled faction of his Prussian Secret Police dedicated solely to occult and paranormal activities.

These documents state the Kaiser’s true intent was to provoke France into battle for harboring an elusive fugitive wanted by the German Empire—an enigmatic and shadowy figure known in elite intelligence circles as “The Sommelier.”

Elizabeth Báthory was a Hungarian land baroness who supposedly lived under house arrest in her final years for cannibalizing hundreds of children in the early 1600s. This is in direct contradiction to redacted files obtained by MI6 citing Elizabeth Báthory was far more dangerous than her historical record implies and was also alive well into the early twentieth century.

The historical accounts surrounding the German Empire’s entrance into World War I and Elizabeth Báthory’s death in 1614 are gross falsifications.

This is the true story of Kaiser Wilhelm’s quest for immortality and global domination through his unholy alliance with the demi-demon Elizabeth Báthory, which ravaged northern France during the Battle of Arras in World War I.

History is a lie. The truth will be exposed.

The Nosferatu Conspiracy: Book Two, The Sommelier
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