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Lidiaux, Pierre

Pierre Lidiaux, in front of the Maison du Peuple

[1] Pierre Lidiaux is born in Brussels in 1928 AD. Author of a book titled Le Dossier B, he was certain that the Wiertz Museum, in Brussels, had a link with Brüsel. He eventually became paranoid and disappeared in 1974 AD 1). The rumors making him Benoît Peeters in disguise do not bear the weight of analysis: when Le Dossier B was published, in the early '60s, Benoît was a boy, much too young to pass as this older man. The very name Lidiaux is startling in French, as it is pronounced the same as the expression “the idiot”.

See also Leguebe.

[2] Pierre Lidiaux is a character from Benoît Peeters' first novel Omnibus.

Lidiaux in Le Temp et les Oeuvres