And there we have it...some love letters have been uncovered by historians in Paris that are the correspondance between George Washington and his lover, Guy Raffleur III, an eccentric in Southern France. The Leuvre's Office of Antiquated Items (L'Office du Materiales Antique) is currently holding the letters until further study can be done, but early findings are proving the letters to not only be completely genuine, but shocking in nature.
An excerpt reads:
From the depths of my heart, dearest friend; I live not for the setting sun, nor for the trickling water that abades my restlessness in the evenings. But for you I loathe the distance that divides us, that conquers our souls as though they were threshed wheat on a blustery plain; or a locked chest with naught but the treasures of islands lost. Dearest Guy, I wish for the day that we can retire in bliss in the hills of great lands and clutch each other as thieves clutch their gold. We will be Kings of the Universe and the creators of love.
Some of the letters are disturbing in their description of Washington's lovemaking. Le Louvre is intending to do a show in Paris over the next four years that will expose Washington as both a homosexual, but also that Guy Raffleur III was in control of much of America's political development.