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Mysterious death Max Spiers UFO hunter and conspiracy theorist

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His mother, Vanessa Bates, believes her son's investigations into UFOs and government cover-ups may have something to do with his death

The Mother of a conspiracy theorist found dead believes his investigations into UFOs and government cover-ups may have had something to do with his death.
Vanessa Bates, who is the mother of Max Spiers, received a text message from her son days before he died which said ‘If anything happens to me, investigate‘
The 39-year-old was originally from Canterbury and went to school with Orlando Bloom.
As well as having a brother, Josh, and a sister, Becky, Max also had two sons.
He had lived in America for a few years but moved back to Canterbury recently to live with his mum.
Max died in Poland where he was due to speak at a conference.
He was found dead on a sofa and it was ruled that he died from natural causes despite no post-mortem examination being carried out on his body.
Max made a career out of investigating UFO sightings and alleged cover-ups.
More recently, he was said to be probing into the lives of well-known figures in politics, business and entertainment.
A quote from Max on his blog says: “I’m very excited to begin this journey and I will be blogging my journey and findings in a way that I’ve never done before. It’s time to disintegrate the last vestiges of the thinning veil for good and I hope this blog will be a tool to do so.
“We can’t be stopped now and I’m going to go into considerably more detail than I ever would or could on FaceBook.”
Max set up a blog called ‘Where Truth Meets Heart‘ where he posted his thoughts and ideas.
Since his death, family and friends have continued to post quotes from Max about what he believed in as well as tributes.
His sister Becky has also posted pictures and memories of her brother which includes his interest in wrestling as a child and the love he had for his siblings when they were growing up.