UFO expert dies after vomiting black liquid

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Max Spiers
Max Spiers's death could possibly be linked to Spiers’s investigation of well-known figures in politics, entertainment and business. Facebook/Max Spiers

A 39-year-old UFO expert was found dead on a sofa in Poland where he went to give a talk on conspiracy theories and UFOs. Days before his death – preceded by Max Spiers vomiting black liquid – he sent a text message to his mother asking her to investigate if anything would happen to him.

Vanessa Bates, his 63-year-old mother, believes his dark investigations into UFOs and alleged government cover-ups could have created enemies who wanted him dead, according to the New York Post. But Polish doctors declared Spiers died from natural causes even if no post-mortem examination was performed on his body.

Spiers stayed with a woman in Poland he had not known for long. It was the woman who found the conspiracy theorist dead on her sofa in her apartment in Warsaw, according to Bates.

His friends claim that Spiers puked a black liquid prior to his death. Before he vomited, Spiers took normal medication, says Miles Johnson, the UFO expert’s friend.

His death could possibly be linked to Spiers’s investigation of well-known figures in politics, entertainment and business. Because of his unexplained death and how authorities treated it, the only followers of Spiers are convinced government agents killed him.

Bates says her son was a very fit man in good health. But she found it mysterious that he just died suddenly on a sofa. She buried him in a cemetery in Canterbury a week after his death. She had a post-mortem exam done by a pathologist in east Kent, but two months after the exam, Bates still has not received the results.

She believes he encountered a cult which forced fed him drugs, The Sun reports. Authorities presumed Spiers died from natural causes, specifically peptic ulcer.

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