More Dark Details Emerge About Conspiracy Theorist Who Predicted His Own Death
A conspiracy theorist who predicted his own death 'threw up two litres of black liquid' before he passed away.
Twenty-nine-year-old Max Spiers was a top conspiracy theorist and UFO expert who was found dead on a couch in Warsaw days after texting his mum to say: "Your boy's in trouble. If anything happens to me, investigate."
An inquest into his death took place at Canterbury coroner's court on Monday after his body was repatriated. Polish authorities originally said that he died of 'natural causes'. However, a post-mortem in Kent was unable to determine how he died.
Friends of Max claim that he was in good health in the run up to his passing.
Coroner's investigations officer Caroline O'Donnell said: "When they returned, Mr Spiers became ill with a high temperature and was weak. The following day, Mr Spiers vomited two litres of black fluid.
"The friend called a doctor who attempted resuscitation before pronouncing him dead."
His mum, Vanessa Bates, claims no post-mortem was ever carried out in Poland.
According to the Mirror, Max lived in America for a few years. He then returned to Canterbury to stay with his mum before setting off to Poland.
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Max's fiancée, Sarah Adams, told the Evening Standard that the couple had received death threats just weeks before he died.
She said: "We were used to getting death threats or stuff like that from people but I think this time it seemed rather real. He'd been sent threats saying that him and me were going to die."
She claims he had knowledge of a secret black magic group, which had members including celebrities and political leaders. She also said it 'definitely couldn't have been suicide'.
Both Sarah and Vanessa believe he was killed by people who didn't want details of the group to get out.
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