Who killed conspiracy theorist Max Spiers? Here’s the top theories


Who killed conspiracy theorist Max Spiers? Here’s the top theories

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It’s almost the perfect conspiracy theory – that world governments or aliens are killing off anyone who gets too close to the truth about UFOs.

Conspiracy fans believe that hundreds have already been killed – and point to a grisly catalogues of supposed ‘accidents’ and ‘suicides’ stretching back to 1947 as proof.

Earlier this summer, a paranormal investigator Max Spiers – who claimed to have survived a secret government ‘super soldier’ programme – was found dead, and conspiracy fans once again pointed the finger at secretive government agencies.

Conspiracy fans are convinced he was killed to silence him – with Spiers’ own cryptic writings about conspiracies stirring the pot.

Max Spiers.  A man who went to school with Orlando Bloom texted his mum to say

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Expolotics blog said, ‘I have never met Max, I have met other courageous whistleblowers, one man who was connected with the elite rulers, he told me the ultimate compliment from the Illuminati is when you are killed, it shows you are doing good work and are a great threat to them and their agenda.’

Scott C Waring of UFO Sightings Daily says, ‘’This is really strange. It does seem that UFO researchers are now being targeted, probably to slow the rate of information being leaked to the public.’

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On one website, Project Camelot, a blogger wrote: ‘The entire circumstances are suspicious and I urge everyone to encourage the release of details about what really happened and call for an autopsy.”

Another, Craig Hewlett, added: “If it wasn’t true what he talks about then why would they kill him? Healthy people don’t just get sick and die, they get poisoned.”

Believers say that dozens have died – with killings stretching back as far as 1947 – and that the assassination of JFK may have been arranged to stop him revealing the truth about UFOs.

Max Spiers.  A man who went to school with Orlando Bloom texted his mum to say

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Nigel Watson, author of the UFO Investigations Manual, says, ‘The idea that UFO researchers are being murdered implies there is some form of conspiracy and organisation behind them.

‘It relates to the concept of Men in Black (MIB),who are either aliens in human disguise or government agents, who stop UFO witnesses from making their sightings public. MIB usually verbally intimidate people, but it seems logical that ‘they’ would stretch to violence and murder when needed.

As long ago as 1971, researcher Otto Binder claimed that at least 137 UFO investigators had died under mysterious circumstances during the 1960s.

But the figures might be deceptive: there are a huge number of UFO believers, ‘researchers’ and authors, most of whom have lived normal lives.

Nigel Watson says, ‘Certainly, several UFO researchers have died in unusual circumstances or have committed ‘suicide’ but they are a very small number compared to the number of UFO researchers who have spoken openly about UFOs for decades and have never been troubled by MIB or alien murder squads.’