Jean Brunelin represents 40 years of research into the mystery of Rennes-le-Château. Nicknamed 'the Admiral', he has been its court photographer for just as long. From the famous picture of Jean Cocteau on his death bed to the amazing miniatures he discovered in the Bas Relief of Saunière's church. They're all in his phenomenal photo archive. Jean published about Rennes-le-Château in several best selling books. In this album Jean shares some of the more iconic images from the Mystery's past.
Historical photo archive from the time of Father Saunière until the early 1960s.
Seat of the Bishops of Alet on whose territory Shepherd Paris found gold in the 1600s
Old Postcards from Mount Bugarach and the village of the same name at its foot
Home of Father Jean Rivière, Saunière's father confessor. In his church he built a grotto with the buried Christ, his eyes open
The Basilica of Notre Dame de Marceille is said to house the spiritual treasure of Rennes-le-Château today