Frankenstein Moon: Author Mary Shelley’s Story about Moon above Lake Geneva Proven True by Professor

By on Sep 28, 2011 in Astronomy, Entertainment, Movies, Science, Television Comments

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Frankenstein Moon’s author Mary Shelley’s story about the moon shining above Lake Geneva when she wrote the popular novel at Villa Diodati was proven true by Professor Donald Olson. International news was abuzz with this discovery, September 26 & 27, 2011.

According to these reports, the statement of Mary Shelley about how she wrote the novel Frankenstein has been met with scepticism then because she had claimed ‘’the moonlight was   shining through her window,’ when the night have been previously believed to be dark during those days.

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein moon had intrigued readers and her “Frankenstein; or the Modern Prometheus,” had earned worldwide attention, with movies created featuring Frankenstein. The recent findings however proved her story was true.

Reportedly, Olson’s study about the Frankenstein moon was revealed in the “Sky and Telescope” magazine in its October issue.



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