Paul Walker conspiracy theories are attempting to link Family Guy’s Brian the dog, Illuminati, and drug cartels in an awkward way of explaining the death of the Fast & Furious 7 star.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the death of Brian the dog led to conspiracy theories stating Seth MacFarlane might try and quit Family Guy.
One story going around has Paul Walker being killed by the Illuminati, a group that supposedly controls the world from the shadows. Why would they do this? Like many celebs, including Tim Tebow, Walker had been working with typhoon relief efforts in the Philippines. Supposedly the Illuminati was trying to poison medicine going to the country with “birth control” that would neuter the population and Walker found out about it. How did they kill him? Theories range from brakes to a sabotaged fuel line all the way up to a missile fired from an unmanned drone.
Another conspiracy theory focuses on Walker’s friend, Roger Rodas, and almost sounds like a plot from a Fast & Furious movie. The idea is that since Rodas spent a lot of time in Central America he could have been approached by drug cartels wanting him to do money laundering through one of Rodas’ charities. So in this case the car crash was rigged in some fashion to target Rodas and Paul Walker got caught in the crossfire.
But none of those ideas were as weird as the conspiracy theories attempting to link Paul Walker and Brian the dog. A commentator in a YouTube video by user Paul Gardiner explains this theory as follows:
“I don’t know if you guys have also watched ‘Family Guy,’ of that episode when Brian actually died of a car accident, and I don’t know if you guys find the correlation and the connection there, but Brian was Paul Walker’s actor’s name in The Fast & The Furious, and it was, I believe, like about a week and a half ago, right? About a week and a half ago is when Brian in Family Guy died, so it’s like a lot of people always say, these types of things always tend to be predicted by the media and the industry.”
And people on Facebook even began talking about how famous deaths tend to happen in threes, with Nelson Mandela one of them. And the worst of the Paul Walker conspiracy theories say it’s all just a marketing hoax.
“The death is too coincidental of the only film that made him famous, Fast and Furious. With Fast and Furious 7 just around the corner, the question remains — is his death real, or is this just another Internet hoax?”
Despite any attempts at explaining the circumstances, we do know Paul Walker’s cause of death, unfortunate as it may be. The L.A. County Coroner’s Office has released a statement in regards to the tragic crash that took the lives of the Fast & Furious actor and his friend, Roger Rodas. According to them, Walker, 40, passed away due to a “combination of traumatic and thermal injuries.” This means Walker did not die by the impact of the crash, and is believed to have been alive for a few seconds. It’s said that ultimately the fire caused by the impact was the cause of death.