Valerie de la Valdene seemed larger than life. She was a heiress to a fortune and and a world-class underwater photographer. When her body was found in her home on the Galapagos islands, authorities ruled it a suicide. But friends and family say there’s more to the story.
Valerie de la Valdene seemed larger than life. She was a heiress to a fortune and and a world-class underwater photographer. When her body was found in her home on the Galapagos islands, authorities ruled it a suicide. But friends and family say there’s more to the story. Douglas Seifert
Valerie de la Valdene seemed larger than life. She was a heiress to a fortune and and a world-class underwater photographer. When her body was found in her home on the Galapagos islands, authorities ruled it a suicide. But friends and family say there’s more to the story. Douglas Seifert

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