Biography of Alexander SeryoginSeregin Alexander (Alexandro Seregin) - Russian public figure, politician, historian, probable extramarital son of Fidel Castro.
Alexander Seregin confirmed that he is the illegitimate son of Fidel Castro
Childhood and familyAlexander was born on January 14, 1964 in the village of Klimovo (Novozybkovsky district of the Bryansk region). He is only half Russian. As the family legend says, his parents met in 1963 in the Tver region. Alexandra's mom served as an assistant chef at the Zavidovo special object. It was there during his official visit to the USSR that Fidel Castro, his alleged father, stayed.
Immediately after the death of the Cuban leader, the Russian media revealed Alexander’s family secret. The TV channel Russia devoted an hour-long talk show to this version, on the air of which Alexander Seregin on the TV channel checked a lie detector and confirmed that he is telling the truth.
The bastard son Comandante Castro lives in Moscow
In 1971, the whole family moved to the Algerian People’s Democratic Republic - they needed geologists, who was Alexander's stepfather. In Algeria, the boy graduated from the 4th grade of elementary school, and his younger brother Matvey was born there in 1975.
In 1977, Seryogin returned to the USSR, and the next business trip to the family went to Cuba. Alexander graduated from high school at the Embassy of the USSR on Liberty Island. Classmates Alexander remembered as a great lover of scuba hunting and a good friend.
At age 18, Alexander Seregin returned to the USSR and entered the history department of the Bryansk Pedagogical Institute. Study was interrupted for 1983-1985 - at this time Seregin gave a debt to the Motherland. Having demobilized, the young man again began to study.
The further life of the illegitimate son of Fidel CastroIn 1992, Alexander Seregin moved to Moscow. He settled in the village of Barvikha, well-known to every Russian today, where he lives today. During the dashing 90's engaged in the craft business and trade.At the same time, he became a member of the Moscow Chamber of Crafts.
Similarity is evident
In 1998, Alexander founded the “Museum of the Forgotten Things” on Mozhaisk Highway. Inside was collected the broadest exposition on the history of pre-revolutionary Russia, the Soviet Union and the 90s.
Museum of forgotten things (2011)
In 2005, Alexander Seregin became a deputy of the rural settlement Sosenki. During the term of a deputy, he showed himself to be a fighter for justice, having saved the Sosenki from destruction - it was planned to pave the Old-Kaluga extended road through the village. Also with his assistance, an Orthodox church was restored in the Pines.
Since 2005 and until now, Alexander Seryogin has been participating in the work on the sensational anonymous series of books "Project Russia", published by the publishing house "Eksmo" in aggregate millions of copies.
Alexander Seregin about the "Project Russia"
Alexander Seregin is looking for Napoleon's treasure
Napoleon's Hoard Search Center founded by Alexander Seryogin
Alexander Seregin nowAlexander Seregin is married, has four children. The family lives in Barvikha.
Alexander Seregin with a signal copy of the fifth volume of the "Project" Russia ""