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World Famous Missing Person, Cold War Artifact Discovered in Schomberg, Ontario, Canada

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A real life 007 story of espionage and spying 
Book Launch & Invite April 2

It was the spring of 2012 when an incredible discovery was made in Schomberg, Ontario, Canada.

Kit Andrew, after reading a few chapters of Mike Welham’s book "The Crabb Enigma" realized that for most of his life his family had in their possession possibly one of the most famous artifacts from the Cold War years.

A world famous missing person, decorated WW II war hero, frogman and spy Commander Lionel Kenneth Phillip Crabb’s OBE, GM swordstick had been found.

In fact, it had really never been lost.

Feared missing since his purported death in 1956 - while diving under the Soviet warship The Ordzhonikidze during the Khrushchev and Bulganin peace talks in England, this epic keepsake had been safe in Canada in the Andrew household for many years.

Crabb experts and authors Mike and Jacqui Welham were contacted in France and apprised of the fact and instantly flew to Canada to view the swordstick.

There they met with Andrew and his father Christopher who had personally known Crabb.

Of this meeting came an immense amount of unknown information about the mysterious circumstances surrounding the Crabb affair and his best friend and supposed handler Maitland Pendock, Christopher Andrew Senior’s stepfather.  Soon after, a new book titled "Crabb & The Grey Rabbit" was written.

The Welhams and The Andrews are proud to announce the publishing of this incredible story of international significance to share with the world.

Could it be that Crabb was the inspiration for Ian Fleming’s James Bond?  Crabb and Pendock worked for the MI-6 and Ministry of Information during WW II and were real life double zero agents.

The Crabb affair is one of the most sensitive government secrets and is protected by an unprecedented 100-year secrecy rule in the United Kingdom.

The truth of this story will not come to light until 2056 when the ban is lifted.  Crabb & The Grey Rabbit contains vital, never before public information on this controversial subject.

This April will mark the 60th Anniversary or The Diamond Jubilee as some may like to say of Commander Crabb’s disappearance.

This internationally significant event will be acknowledged this coming April 2 at 2 p.m. in Schomberg, Ontario, Canada at The Schomberg Pub located at 226 Main Street.

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The ceremony will include the first ever public viewing of the famous swordstick since its purported disappearance and will include an opportunity to meet with the authors of several books about Commander Crabb and his associates including the most recent "Crabb & The Grey Rabbit."

On April 19, on the very day that Crabb went missing 60 years prior, Mr. Andrew will visit Portsmouth Harbour in England to mark the epic day that the British war hero vanished without a trace.


About Crabb & The Grey Rabbit
This story about two great men combines fact and fiction.  Lionel Crabb, a WW II hero, who, through his exploits as a frogman, was awarded the OBE and the George Medal; and Maitland Pendock, an obscure “businessman” with a love of the arts, who moved in the shadows and served in the wartime Ministry of Information as their link to the Secret Intelligence Service – MI-6.

These two very distinctive personalities, from very different backgrounds, became firm friends.  From Shanghai in the 1930s to the Cold War in the 1950s, they moved in the world of espionage.  When Crabb disappeared in 1956 while diving under a Russian warship in Portsmouth, England, Pendock became the focus of the Security Service because of Crabb’s connection to the head of the Royal Navy, Lord Louis Mountbatten.  It had been a great adventure, but in the end, they knew too much.

About the Authors
Mike and Jacqui Welham have published books with mainstream publishers and have been commissioned to write specialist nonfiction works as well as a growing list of conspiracy novels.  They are best known for their research, which began in the 1980’s, into the life of Commander L.K.P. Crabb.  That culminated into their first two books on the subject, Frogman Spy and The Crabb Enigma.

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