"Born" in Lyon in 1940, Frenchman Richard Chanfray told the world that he was the immortal Count of Saint Germain. He made his announcement in Paris in the '70s and appeared on French television, where he apparently turned lead into gold on a camp stove.
From 1972 to 1981, Chanfray was the lover of Dalida. She was one of the world's most famous singers, selling 170 million albums worldwide.Chanfray vanished in 1983 from Saint Tropez, supposedly having committed suicide by inhaling the exhaust gas of his Renault 25 car. In 1987, Dalida also took her own life. She committed suicide, leaving a note that said: "Life has become unbearable for me... Forgive me."
Legends say that The Count of Saint Germain has been seen around the world ever since.