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Popular UFO Researcher Found Murdered After Messaging: ‘If Anything Happens To Me, Investigate”

We’ve all heard stories of aliens somewhere along the line.  Whether it’s from a movie or a magazine or our next-door neighbor, we’ve been telling, and re-telling, myths and legends about “people from space” for decades now.  Sometimes, when we really start believing in these things, we will start going to great lengths to discover the “truth.”

In the case of Max Spiers, 39, he found himself doing exactly that.  From Canterbury, England, Max had found success online as a researcher into the paranormal, as well as supposed government cover-stories.  He was a doing a lot of research into the lives of well-known people, mostly from the upper echelons of society, in order to draw conclusions for modern day mysteries.

Starting a blog entitled, “Where Truth Meets Heart”, Max began to reach out internationally to disseminate some of the knowledge he had gained.  “I’m very excited to begin this journey” he says on the site.  “I will be blogging my journey and findings in a way that I’ve never done before.  It’s time to disintegrate the last vestiges of the thinning veil for good and I hope this blog will be a tool to do so.”

He goes on to explain that the wisdom he’s acquired on the subjects he was interested in have led him to a “personal belief…that everything that is going on ‘outside’ of myself is an immaculate reflection of what is going on ‘inside’ of myself…This has allowed me to find answers to questions in the immediate world around me.”  He further explains his belief in extraterrestrial life as this:

“We are receiving all kinds of help from masters, ETs and extra dimensional type angelic beings, and learning very quickly to go inward. The more we are able to go in and listen to that still quiet voice within us, the more we will be in tune with the changes that are occurring around us, and ultimately free us from this ultimate form of control.”

What is the most shocking out of all of this, is Max’s untimely death.

While conducting research in Warsaw, Poland, Max’s body was found in a flat that he was crashing in.  Without really any pre-existing conditions, it appears that his death came as quite a surprise, and mystery, for his family.  This is compounded by the fact that he sent eerie text messages to his mother right before hand, revealing that the was worried that he may be made into a target for his popular writing and research.

“Your boy’s in trouble.” he says. “If anything happens to me, investigate.”

After several months of run around from the police and investigators, Vanessa Bates, Max’s mother, began to worry. “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.”

What is clearly indicated here, at the very least, is that someone with a history of digging into some places that are notoriously unwelcoming to diggers, and an outspoken career in research, this whole case is being mismanaged.  For this reason, many followers of his research believe that he must have been assassinated for cover-up reasons, and that there should be a more thorough investigation.

A blogger on a website called Project Camelot said:  “The entire circumstances are suspicious and I urge everyone to encourage the release of details about what really happened and call for an autopsy.”

Even according to a news article on Yahoo; “A post-mortem examination was carried out by a pathologist in east Kent, but Vanessa says that more than two months later she still does not know the result, or whether there will be an inquest.  The North East Kent coroner’s office would only confirm the death was at the ‘very early’ stages of investigation.”

For any mother to hear of such news is devastating enough.  With all of the controversy swirling around it, however, it must be awfully worse.  Without any sort of conclusive evidence, Max’s death may just end up being another unsolved case in the bizarre world of unexplained phenomenon.

What can really be said about all of this, then?  Whether or not their are conspiracies involved, when someone who has been researching something and letting the world know about it is found dead, it would be very important to conduct a thorough investigation into the matter.  It doesn’t matter if they are “hero” or “villian”, every person has the right to be looked upon as equal.  If we start to try and decide who does and doesn’t deserve the light of day, then we are walking down a dangerous road indeed.

 

This article was inspired by this one, here. 

 

 

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