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If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? If a person dies and no one sees it, are they really dead?
Over the tears, this question has been raised about many famous deaths.
Many believe Jim Morrison of The Doors is still alive after no autopsy was done and the only two witnesses changed their stories more than once.
Then there’s Elvis Presley, whose initial cause of death was a condition only determined in someone who’s still alive.
The latest, and no doubt most mysterious death, is that of rapper Tupac Shakur.
Supposedly, in the midst of an East Coast-West Coast rivalry in 1996, Shakur was gunned down in a limo on the Vegas Strip. He died in the hospital six days later.
Just Google “Tupac death conspiracy” and you’ll see people believe there’s much more to that story.
Fueling that fire are several albums and tracks released years after his death.
Fast forward to 2012, and Suge Knight (who was with Shakur when he was shot) goes and opens his big mouth.
While appearing on KDAY in L.A., Knight saud “Maybe the question is that Pac’s really not dead. Pac`s somewhere else. It’s the truth if you really look at it.”
When asked if he’d seen Shakur dead, Knight said “Nobody’s seen Tupac dead.”
Knight said the guy who was supposed to cremate Shakur took $3 million in cash and bounced, never to be heard from again.
This is coming from the guy who still claims he has a bullet lodged in his skull from that night. Medical records contradict that.
Well, what do you believe?