The peculiar circumstances surrounding the death of the British subject Max Spiers in Poland in 2016 have taken a further twist, with the decision by a coroner in Canterbury, Kent, to postpone an inquest into the cause of his death until “early next year” .
Conspiracy theories about his death abound – particularly fitting given that Spiers, 39 when he died, was a well-known conspiracy theorist. He took a great interest in the subject of UFOs and aliens.
He is said to have vomited copious amounts of black fluid shortly before he died in the home of a friend in Poland. The Polish authorities judged his death to be from natural causes, but a second inquest in Kent was inconclusive, and now the third has been postponed.
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