Conspiracy Theorist Sends Chilling Last Text To Mom Days Before His Death

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Max Spiers, a 39-year-old conspiracy theorist from Warsaw, Poland, died mysteriously on his sofa in June.

Nobody knew why, and nobody knew how -- but his mother has recently revealed the chilling text message her son sent her days before his death.

According to MailOnline, the text message said,

Your boy's in trouble. If anything happens to me, investigate.

Creepy, right?


His mother, Vanessa Spiers, spoke in a video with KMTV about the life Max led as a conspiracy theorist, and her concerns that his career may have led to his death.

The man allegedly made a living by speaking about UFOs and government conspiracy theories, a lifestyle that could've attracted enemies.

In fact, the sofa he sat on while giving talks about theories and UFOs is where he was found dead after vomiting "black liquid," according to MailOnline.

In the chilling video, Vanessa opened up about about her son's work. She said,

It was to do with conspiracy theories, believing that the world was not told the truth, and seeking for people to come together under the name of love. But he was certainly exposing people who he thought were dangerous in the world of government and the entertainment world.

I have the chills.

"I think Max had been digging in some dark places and I fear that somebody wanted him dead."

She stated,

...these people seemed to be involved in some very, very dark and dangerous areas of the world and I was afraid that as he was gaining popularity and fame that perhaps somebody would want him out of the way -- i.e. not alive any longer.


It's almost as if Max foreshadowed his own death, but we'll never know how.


Although there have been no autopsy results yet, many people have created their own theories to explain his death.

Apparently, other conspiracy theorists believe he got "too close" to the truth behind UFOs and was killed, while others suspect he was assassinated by government agents.

Either way, his mother still hasn't received any results, and has apparently been denied any paperwork regarding his passing because she doesn't have written permission from her son.

This seems a little off, doesn't it?

I guess we may never know what happened to Max, or what he saw coming  -- but we can hope someone out there knows the whole story.

Citations: MailOnline