Rennes le Chateau.
In 1968, Henry Lincoln stumbled across a book about the priest of a small village who supposedly discovered a great treasure. “The Accursed Treasure” written by Gérard de Sède was inspired by information provided by Pierre Plantard and contained hidden codes and messages which immediately piqued Lincoln’s interest. As a writer of film scripts, he began researching the story and in 1971 made his first film on the subject, “The Lost Treasure of Jerusalem?” Two other films followed – “The Priest, the Painter, and the Devil” in 1974 and “The Shadow of the Templars” in 1979. Together, these Chronicle films provide the first glimpse available to the English-speaking world of the mystery of Rennes-le-Château.