While I love a good ol’ conspiracy theory, it doesn’t mean I believe them. In fact, usually, I don’t. But I appreciate them. They make you think just a little deeper, question your reality just a little further. I just like to wrap myself up into the ‘what ifs.’ There are some that I find blatantly absurd, like lizard people and the flat-earth theory, and there are others that I actually kind of sort of believe. This is one of those conspiracy theories I kind of sort of believe.
Max Spiers, a 39-year-old father of two, was a relatively well-known man in the conspiracy theory crowd. Spiers traveled to Poland to give a lecture on conspiracy theories, specifically about conducting an investigation into alleged pedophilia that took place in a US Army-run facility in San Francisco nearly 30 years ago. He was later found dead in his Warsaw apartment in June.
This is where the conspiracies start. Spiers was ruled to have died from natural causes despite no post-mortem examination being carried out on his body. Similarly, those close to Spiers claimed he died in a Warsaw apartment after he ‘vomited a black liquid.’ Spiers’ mother, an English teacher, told the Telegraph:
“All I have is a death certificate from the Polish authorities that it was from natural causes, but no post-mortem was done so how can they tell that?
They are also refusing to release any paperwork about it to me because, absurdly, I don’t have his written permission.”
Now, here’s where things really start to become suspicious, and why Spiers’ death is relevant in the first place. Days before his death, he texted his mother saying “Your boy’s in trouble. If anything happens to me, investigate.” Similarly, shortly before his death, Spiers told Polish YouTube channel PorozmawiajmyTV that he was digging into the story and that his life may be in danger as a result.
Spiers was looking into allegations of widespread sexual abuse against children that was committed at a military base in California by employees acting under the influence of a satanic cult. According to the Associated Press, in 1987, the US Army demolished a child care center at its Presidio base in Northern California just one year after as many as 60 children were sexually abused there.
One employee Gary Willard Hambright, was indicted for molestation, though charges against him were ultimately dropped. Similarly, one of the officers at the base, Lt. Col. Michael Aquino, was alleged to have taken part in the abuse. Michael Aquino is known for being the self-confessed founder of a Satanic movement known as The Temple of Set.
Spiers was looking into the Presidio allegations and what role Aquino played. Spiers believed Presidio to be part of a larger underground movement that entailed ritual sexual abuse of children in San Francisco in the late 1980s.
So what do we think? Some seriously next level shit right? We’re talking lead singer of Blink-182 emailing Hillary Clinton‘s campaign manager level shit. We’re talking 1919 World Series level shit.
Max Spiers, a 39-year-old father of two, was a well-known British conspiracy theorist crowd. Spiers traveled to Poland to give a lecture on conspiracy theories, specifically about conducting an investigation into alleged pedophilia that took place in a US Army-run facility in San Francisco nearly 30 years ago. He was later found dead in his Warsaw apartment in June.
Who Is Max Spiers?
Max Spiers was a British Ufologist and conspiracy theorist, who sent his mother a text message days before his death earlier this year saying: “If anything happens to me, investigate.” Spiers, 39, originally from Canterbury, was found dead in Warsaw in June.