Salvador Dalí's remains due to be exhumed to settle paternity case

By Sam Jones in Madrid

Stone slab above his grave in Figueres will be removed on Thursday evening to allow experts to take DNA samples

The remains of Salvador Dalí are due to be exhumed on Thursday evening, almost three decades after his death, to help settle a long-running paternity claim from a 61-year-old fortune-teller who insists she is the Spanish artist’s only child.

Dalí, who died in 1989, is buried in a crypt beneath the museum he designed for himself in his home town of Figueres, Catalonia.

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