This is the story I am going to tell you. Captured in 1270 during the Crusades, Guillaume was to be imprisoned for seven long years, at the end of which one evening he decided to invoke Saint Leonard, the patron saint of the seigniorial chapel of his castle of Bacqueville. The next morning, he woke up in a wood, in the middle of an unknown place. A young woman who was passing by offered him some food, and told him that he was… in Bacqueville! And that the bells ringing at this moment celebrate the imminent re-marriage of the chatelaine! The Chatelaine of Bacqueville? Yes, you guessed it, she was William’s wife before he disappeared on his crusade! No sooner said than done, Guillaume rushes to the church where the chatelaine, about to remarry, recognizes him! And all’s well that ends well.