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Mystery surrounds conspiracy theorist's death

By T.K. Randall
October 17, 2016 · Comment icon 25 comments



Did Max Spiers really die of natural causes or did someone want him dead ? Image Credit: sxc.hu
Father-of-two Max Spiers was found dead back in June after going to Poland to give a talk about UFOs.
Having made something of a name for himself in the field of UFO investigations and conspiracy theories, Spiers had been due to give a talk at a conference in Poland when he was inexplicably found dead on a couch inside a Warsaw apartment after allegedly 'vomiting a black liquid'.

According to his mother, Vanessa Bates, Spiers had actually sent her a text message a few days earlier saying - 'Your boy's in trouble. If anything happens to me, investigate.'

Local authorities determined that the 39-year-old had died of natural causes, however Ms Bates maintains that they had reached this conclusion without carrying out any kind of post-mortem.
She also claims that when she requested to see the paperwork pertaining to her son's death she was refused access because she didn't have 'written permission'.

"He was making a name for himself in the world of conspiracy theorists and had been invited to speak at a conference in Poland in July," she said. "He was staying with a woman who he had not known for long and she told me how she found him dead on the sofa."

"But I think Max had been digging in some dark places and I fear that somebody wanted him dead."

Source: Yahoo! News | Comments (25)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #16 Posted by Mark56 6 years ago
"The father of two was ruled to have died of natural causes....."   I'm sorry, but nobody dies of natural causes at 39. You're still  basically a kid at 39. You die of natural causes at 79 or 89.
Comment icon #17 Posted by Gingitsune 6 years ago
It depend of how bad is your genetic and your lifestyle. Israel "IZ" Kamakawiwo?ole died at 38 of natural cause.
Comment icon #18 Posted by qxcontinuum 6 years ago
nah just nah ... 
Comment icon #19 Posted by Gingitsune 6 years ago
A friend of mine who is barely 30, had the good idea to go to the hospital the day he felt weird, because he would have fallen to a virus induced heart attack. There are plenty of ways to die before 40 of natural cause, although statistically its improbable, individually it's still possible.
Comment icon #20 Posted by Obviousman 6 years ago
Not correct, I'm sorry. I had a close friend die of a heart attack at about 28. She was fit, a military member who had regular medicals, etc. It was just one of those things.
Comment icon #21 Posted by ouija ouija 6 years ago
    I think it's the fact that he 'vomited a black liquid' that's getting people excited and shouting 'unnatural causes'. From Googling 'black vomit': Black vomit is usually caused by bleeding in the upper gastrointestinal tract. The bleeding is a sign of an underlying medical problem. Patients who vomit black or dark brown blood, bright red blood, or blood that looks like coffee grounds should see a doctor as soon as possible for evaluation and treatment. Occasionally black vomit can be caused by something a patient has eaten, as in the case of a patient who eats a dark food like chocolate ca... [More]
Comment icon #22 Posted by oldrover 6 years ago
I had no idea he was dead. And for nearly twenty years.  I'm sorry to say that lots of people die of natural causes at that age and younger. 
Comment icon #23 Posted by highdesert50 6 years ago
While this man's death is regrettable, one must ask, is it even possible for a conspiracy theorist to die a natural death given the oddly skeptical nature of the discipline?
Comment icon #24 Posted by Obviousman 6 years ago
Well said.
Comment icon #25 Posted by Codenwarra 6 years ago
I nearly died of an unsuspected ulcer at the age of 31.  Same symptom. I had "back pain" which I attributed to carrying furniture around.  This was "referred pain" according to the gastroenterologist, not at all rare it seems.   


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