On the night of July 17, 1918, the Russian Tsar Nicholas II and his family were executed by the Bolsheviks in Yekaterinburg; However, great researchers confirm that the Tsar’s youngest daughter, Anastasia, had survived thanks to the support of her faithful servants who, hiding her from her, fled towards Germany.
As she was still considered her empire, they accompanied her to the country of refuge, because her passion was ballet. Due to the importance of her hierarchy, she had to assume a very discreet life due to the serious events that occurred in her country, even the state of Germany declared her as the most mysterious noblewoman in the world. Similarly, the Germanic country begins the myth of Anastasia. Germany found many labyrinths regarding her identity and the true concordance about her could not be found with certainty. In addition, it is clearly known that there were 10 false impostors, luckily the DNA allowed to bring to light the true identity of all of them, they comment that for the German country the Russian royalty caused the longest trial in its history, finally Germany gives as a case closed in 1970.
The amazing thing about this hoax continues with a long journey, it is said that, this time, one of the Soviet dancers crosses the Atlantic, managing to reach the South American continent, managing to reach the seaport of the Peruvian Republic. The truth, this trip is surprising, she resumes her itinerary with a series of unusual anecdotes, but this time it comes as a scoop translated into rhetoric.