Thirty-nine-year-old Max Spiers was a well-known UFO expert, called a “conspiracy theorist” by many, and a man who had spent much of his life seeking answers to some of life’s darkest and most disturbing questions. Max passed away unexpectedly and seemingly without a clear cause in July while in Poland, and now, months after the UFO expert’s death, his mother is shedding some disturbing new light on his troubling case.
According to Vanessa Bates, mother of Max Spiers, the official cause of her son’s death has been ruled to be “natural causes.” However, months after his bizarre and untimely passing, she is still awaiting the full postmortem investigation results, according to Fox 13 Now. Included among the results still not received by the mother of UFO expert Max Spiers are her son’s full toxicology results.
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The results of Max’s toxicology testing are of particular interest to his mother, because she says that just days prior to his death, she got a strange and disturbing text message from her UFO expert son. According to Vanessa Bates, her son actually warned her that his life might be in danger. Further, Max Spiers instructed his mom that he was in trouble, adding that she should investigate should anything happen to him.
“Your boy’s in trouble. If anything happens to me, investigate.”
In the wake of Max Spiers’ July death, that’s precisely what his mother has tried to do. However, as her inquiries into her son’s death go unanswered, Vanessa is starting to feel as though Max might have been onto something, and that his death could have been a targeted hit. Further, UFO expert Max Spiers’ mother is starting to wonder if there’s not a government conspiracy in the works with the goal of covering up the truth about what really happened to her son.
Especially after she talked to Max Spiers’ friends regarding how her son died.
Despite the fact that the UFO expert’s death was ruled to have been the result of “natural causes,” friends who saw him immediately before he passed away allege that Max Spiers was vomiting a “black liquid” before he was found dead on the couch of his shared Warsaw lodgings.
“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, 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.”
The death of Max Spiers was a tragedy, but having run the UK government's UFO project I promise we don't go around killing UFO researchers.
— Nick Pope (@nickpopemod) October 17, 2016
@iainlee He was going to expose satanism in the British Establishment. You know what satanists do, eh lads? Child sacrifice.
— Scott Balcony (@balconyshirts) October 17, 2016
@realgschwartz we just gotta keep searching!
— B.J. Reif (@BrendyReif) October 17, 2016
— Barbara (@ShencoRR) October 17, 2016
@standardnews Deeply troubled man evidently. Black liquid vomit presumably clotted blood from serious gastrointestinal/respiratory disease
— Ananda Roy (@AnandaRoy) October 17, 2016
While Max Spiers had lived extensively in the United States, he was a resident of the UK at the time of his death while visiting Poland. His mother claims that the Polish authorities refuse to give his mother any official paperwork regarding their investigation into his death. All she has received from them is a death certificate that says Max Spiers died of “natural causes.”
Vanessa Bates says that she paid to have her son’s remains transported back to the UK, to the North East Kent coroner’s office, which is handling the investigation into Spiers’ death. However, after two months, Max Spiers’ still doesn’t know if her son had been exposed to toxins or drugs at the time of his death.
She has been told, though, that the UFO expert had no apparent physical wounds or other injuries. A fact that makes the toxicology results that much more important to her.
“He could have been slowly poisoned – which is why the results of toxicology tests from his post-mortem are so important.”
As The Express UK reports, the mother of UFO expert Max Spiers, her son had been in good health prior to his death. She believes that he many have stumbled on something dark and drastic and too close to a secret, hidden truth for government comfort.
“Max was a very fit man who was in good health and yet he apparently just died suddenly on a sofa. He was making a name for himself in the world of conspiracy theorists. But I think Max had been digging in some dark places and I fear that somebody wanted him dead.”
Many believe Max Spiers has been murdered for digging too deep https://t.co/029jDMynLb
— SICK CHIRPSE (@SickChirpse) October 17, 2016
Following the news of UFO expert Max Spiers’ death, the online alt-right/conspiracy theorist realms lit up with discussions that the UFO expert’s death was definitely not accidental, nor the result of natural causes as determined by the Polish authorities. Rather, conspiracy theorists the world over began to immediately pick apart the details surrounding Max Spiers’ death, details that many thought simply didn’t make sense. At least one blogger on the site Project Camelot had some extensive questions for officials investigating Spiers’ death.
“Both the doctor who examined Max and Police who came to the villa… Left the body behind in spite of the fact that they believed Max had died. What kind of officials do this? The entire circumstances are suspicious and I urge everyone to encourage Monica to release the details about what really happened to the public and call for an autopsy.”
— Missions Possible (@PHMPAMERICA) October 3, 2016
While the conspiracy theorists of the world, along with Max Spiers’ mother, have some serious questions about what led to the UFO expert’s death, it’s unlikely that they’ll be getting concrete answers anytime soon; the North East Kent coroner’s office has told the public that they are still only in the early stages of their investigation into Max Spiers’ death.
Those interested in assisting with a memorial for UFO expert Max Spiers can contribute via a GoFundMe campaign.
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