It's as simple as that. It happens
happens to people involved in famous incidents. People allegedly
involved in the evidence-scant conspiratorial JFK assassination die sometimes,
too. Some of the people responsible for digging up an ancient Pharaoh's
tomb died, also, but not because of a curse. There never was a curse;
that was made up entirely by overzealous journalists.
is an unfortunate reality. Not too long ago, a man named Ron Bonds
died. He was the publisher of Illuminet Press, an alternative press for
loopy paranormal and conspiracy books.
of his unique profession, this poor man's early demise has sparked a storm of
conspiracy theories. Maybe I shouldn't be surprised by this, but that
makes it no less pitiful.
no sense to assassinate a person who champions theories like this. If
some of Mr. Bonds's information is correct, and the conspiracy had him killed
to silence him, then that immediately draws attention to them. People
will subsequently pour over the subject's publications, and the odds increase
that the conspiracy will be uncovered, which is what the conspiracy allegedly
wished to prevent by killing him in the first place.
gathered most of this information from Ken Thomas's column
on the publisher's death at Rense.com.