Max Spiers died this weekend under bizarre circumstances, and now family members and followres of the famed UFO conspiracy theorist believe he may have been murdered to prevent him from spilling secrets about a potential pedophile ring operating in the U.S. military.
The 39-year-old British man was found dead in Poland over the weekend, where he gave a lecture on conspiracy theories. Family members said Spiers died after vomiting a black liquid, a bizarre detail that they said pointed to foul play.
“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,” his mother, Vanessa Bates, told the U.K.’s Sun. “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.”
Conspiracy theorist found dead days after warning mother 'your boy's in trouble' https://t.co/DolJwaMRFF— The Independent (@Independent) October 18, 2016
Before his death, Max Spiers had left warnings to family members that he may have been in trouble, the New York Post noted. Just days before he was found dead, Max sent his mother a text message that read, “Your boy’s in trouble. If anything happens to me, investigate.”
His former girlfriend, Sarah Adams, said Max was set to return to England but said someone had been preventing him.
“He rang me secretly because they wouldn’t let him talk to me and he said he was trying to get away from them,” Adams told the Sun. “They were doing very dark black magic and satanic rituals to ‘de-program’ him and get rid of demons.”
“He said they had given him something that had put him in a coma for two days,” she added. “It wasn’t easy to just walk out because the house is in a remote forest with an electric fence around it.”
Spiers also told Adams that he needed to “find a church or a holy place,” to have the demons removed, but he was dead within two days of the ominous warning.
Max Spiers had gained popularity among conspiracy theorists, espousing a number of fringe theories including human shapeshifters and UFOs. As the Sun noted, Max was pushing one of these theories just before his death.
“In an interview just days before his death he revealed he believed in the Fourth Reich and Dulce Base – a new wave of Nazi power and a mysterious underground facility where aliens and humans experiment on people.”
Not all of his theories dealt with the paranormal. Spiers also pushed a theory about a pedophile ring operating within the U.S. military, which some believe could have made him a target for assassination.
EXCLUSIVE: Max Spiers investigated 'US military paedophile ring' before 'suspicious death' https://t.co/YHU5kBmAWL— Mikkil (@MikkiL) October 17, 2016
Max Spiers is the second paranormal investigator to die under strange circumstances in the past few months. Gaurav Tiwari, founder of the Indian Paranormal Society, was found dead in his bathroom back in July.
As the First Post noted, there were some strange circumstances surrounding Tiwari’s death.
“India’s most well known ghost buster was on the floor, sweating profusely, eyes protruding, gasping for breath. The family members did not notice a deep black mark on his neck, they had to rush him to the hospital. An hour-and-a-half later, Tiwari breathed his last, even before the doctors could put him on the ventilator.”
Police have investigated the black marks found on Tiwari’s neck, and have a theory of their own — murder. As police noted, Tiwari’s wife suspected him of cheating and the two had been fighting for two hours before Gaurav was found dead.
Friends and followers of Max Spiers have called on authorities to investigate his death and determine if there was any foul play. Authorities in Poland have reportedly completed an autopsy, but the full results are not expected to be released for several weeks.
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