THE author of a book claiming Princess Diana was murdered by MI6 and the SAS says his life is in danger after being menaced by shadowy men he believes work for the security services.
Writer Alan Power spotted one of his pursuers walking up the long, private driveway of his remote home on the Isle of Man.
He confronted the man who said he was looking for a pet store. Then the stranger walked off to meet two other men in a car.
He believes the men were harassing him because of his sensational claims in his book, The Princess Diana Conspiracy, The Evidence Of Murder.
It was published 10 days after Scotland Yard launched inquiries into claims the SAS killed Diana on August 31, 1997, by forcing her car to crash in a Paris underpass.
Speaking from Manhattan, New York, where he has appeared on several TV chat shows, Mr Power said: “This intimidation increased dramatically in the summer.
“I noticed people tailing me when I took the ferry to the mainland to get my car looked at in July. One sat next to me and the other sat behind me during the crossing. They made it pretty obvious they were tailing me.