Belgium - In a promising week for international conspiracy theories the Singing Nun's emergence as the possible mother of Dominique Strauss-Khan has not seen anyone batting so much as an eyelid.
But the former nun's 1963 smash hit 'Dominique' may have been written specially for her secret son, the IMF boss currently languishing in solitary at Rikers Island, New York, according to TinFoilersAnonymous.con.
Today archivists at Jeanne-Paule Deckers' former Dominican Fichermont convent in Waterloo, Belgium said that she had left documents detailing the adoption of a baby boy - rumored to have been fathered by a 'Nazi'.
Deckers, who committed suicide in 1985 along with her lesbian lover Anna Pécher, was known to have had a lifetime revulsion of Rudolf Hess.
She once testified before a US grand jury that Hitler's Deputy in the Nazi Party 'had fathered Arnold Schwarzenegger by Queen Elizabeth of England' - before the Belgian tax authorities slammed her for $63,000 in unpaid back taxes.
The bill originated to her iconic 1963 hit - the first (and last!) Belgian song to reach No 1 in the USA, grossing over $1 million in worldwide sales.
Deckers always maintained the money went straight to the cash-strapped convent's coffers but no paperwork ever managed to prove this.
Tax inspectors did however find a series of offshore bank accounts in the French principality of Monaco showing a steady income flow 'feeding a number of unidentified beneficiary accounts in Switzerland'.
The 1996 Off-Broadway production at The Grove Street Playhouse of 'The Tragic and Horrible Life of the Singing Nun' premiered to lukewarm audiences.
And a 2009 Franco-Belgian biopic about the nun 'Sœur Sourire' - starring Cécile de France as Deckers - bombed in cinemas.