posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 12:10 PM
Death by mold?
What is remarkable is how many people are just lost as to the actual facts. I don't see any proven deaths FROM mold. This was/is a speculation quote
and people say stuff all the time, "you know...., I swear it was the cat that killed her, she slept with that cat, she just spent too much time with
that cat and mary, her neighbor, said she saw the cat run from the house after she died." Someone said the cat killed her - so $%^&ing what? Someone
uttered this mold phrase - so what!
Second, the mold may have CONTRIBUTED to the conditions her body suffered that led to her death, along with a myriad of medication all prescribed by
her enabling doctor, as well as mental issues and so on. It may have contributed, but without a measurement in that house, at that time, the notion
isn't fact, so the amount of energy spent of defining the processes of mold in the house in this thread are silly - it is off point. If you really
want to know, actually know, go and find out what happened to the house. If it was killer mold, the place most assuredly was condemned or leveled,
Next, she's an actress - so what! An actress, 100 years ago the actor was not considered to be even human, now they are a god? she was a young
actress who, amongst those who KNEW her, not you lot, she was a wreck.
Next, what purpose does DHS hassling these people serve? I'm all for a good conspiracy, but you folks are living in dream world, where the folks you
speculate are not real, not breathing, not having lives that don't match what their handlers put out. To extend this talk to "she" as if you know
her is beyond funny, it's simply unhealthy. To elevate this c-d list actress to Marilyn Monroe conspiracy status is beyond the pale. In fact, the OP
cherry picks the facts, and remarkably, these facts just scream - DHS killed her and her husband for supporting a rogue agent trying to do good for us
all. The OP ignores the facts about the rest of her life, because, remarkably, the OP doesn't know them because the OP didn't know her at all, and I
The main problem with some much "conspiracy" thinking is the filling in the blanks about people simply based on what was written or said or seen. In
the case of entertainers, having known many of PR flack, what you "know" comes from a machine, contrived, planned, focus group manufactured and
created out of thin air for your pleasure and usually, if not always, bears little resemblance to anything real. The Brittany information comes
largely from those folks, a soup made of PR created ingredients which, are being used here, to create a fantasy mob hit done by the DHS? To take that
fantasy stuff and then create a OP from it is simply wrong on every level.