Bob Saget Murder Cover-Up


AUTOPSY RESESULTS for Bob Saget include…

Multiple fractures to the skull, obits (eye sockets) fractured, subdural hematoma (blood on the brain), subarachnoid hemorrhage (blood surrounding the space between the skull and the brain), scalp abrasions, (blood between the skull and the scalp), discoloration on the eyelids (black eyes.)

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Widow-Illuminati handler-insider Kelly Rizzo dabs away crocodile tears for her late husband. Smiling one moment, then crying the next.

Bob Saget’s “family” (meaning his wife Kelly Rizzo) have ordered autopsy photos and video/audio recordings sealed.  Why?  Because it would prove that when his body was discovered on January 9th, it was obvious his death was not caused by a bump on the head.  It would have been impossible for the late actor to have sustained these kinds of injuries and be able to climb into bed by himself.  This hasn’t stopped the Illuminati-controlled MSM from their incredulous theories on his mode of death.  These theories include “falling luggage”, “falling into the bathtub” and “falling by jumping onto the bed”.  (This would make sense if Bob Saget were six or five, not 65 years old.)  Why believe those with no credibility and with a past history of chronic deceit?  And when I say “deceit”, I mean the mainstream media knows what really happened.

Was this a set-up?  Was Saget murdered by a prostitute?  Who else would be visiting him between 2 and 4 a.m?  Is this why his family is keeping it quiet?

Whomever killed Saget knew what he/she was doing.  In other words, it wasn’t just a murder, but a planned execution.

Bob Saget reacts to Candace Cameron Bure's controversial photo

Bob Saget with “Full House” and “Fuller House” co-star Candace Cameron Bure.

When asked, actress Candace Cameron Bure said there’s “No foul play, so let everyone just let him rest in peace.  There’s nothing more to know.  There really isn’t.”  When the Illuminati owns you, you say what you have to.  If you don’t, well, look what happens.

A noted brain surgeon commented that only a fall from a tall building, a vehicular accident or being hit by a club would cause these kinds of injuries.

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Bernard Herrmann, génie de la musique de film (Vincent Haegele) | UnderScores

Alfred Hitchcock and Bernard Herrmann

From 1955-1965, film director Alfred Hitchcock and music composer Bernard Herrmann worked together on eight films including “The Trouble with Harry” (1955), “The Man who Knew Too Much” (1956), “The Wrong Man” (1956) “Vertigo” (1958) “North by Northwest” (1959) “Psycho” (1960) “The Birds” (1963) “Marnie” (1964) and the final unused score for “Torn Curtain” (1966.)

Their artistic peak would be “Vertigo”, “North by Northwest” and the mother of all slasher flicks “Psycho”.

Vertigomovie restoration.jpg “Vertigo” (1958), shelved for two decades, then beautifully restored in 1996 may have been their mostly deeply personal film.  A tragic love story when a man falls for a woman who never existed and attempts to remake her with a lookalike.  The music, especially “Scene d’amour” is that long throbbing orgasm of musical release where the man meets his long lost love.  (Or does he?)

Northbynorthwest1.jpg “North by Northwest” (1959) starring Cary Grant at his most suavest, is the man accused for a murder he didn’t commit – a favorite topic of the director.  Contains the famous run across Mt. Rushmore and the train-thru-the-tunnel ending.  “North by Northwest’s” prelude over Saul Bass’ opening titles sum up the exciting sequences yet to follow.  Critics call this the precursor to the James Bond film series.

The poster features a large image of a young woman in white underwear. The names of the main actors are featured down the right side of the poster. Smaller images of Anthony Perkins and John Gavin are above the words, written in large print, "Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho". “Psycho” (1960.)  Herrmann’s most imitated score.  Can you imagine the shower scene without it?  Hitchcock’s dark, subversive look (combined with Joseph Stephano’s brilliant script) of a mother-son duo living in a Gothic mansion overlooking the Bates Motel.  (Or was it?)

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What ended the remarkable partnership of Hitchcock-Herrmann?

In the mid-1960’s, there was profit to be made by soundtracks and love themes, most notably Henry Mancini (‘Moon River” from “Breakfast at Tiffany’s) and Mauri Jarre (Lara’s Theme from Dr. Zhivago.)  Universal Studios wanted to dump Bernard Herrmann from their next collaboration because of the reaction to “Marnie”.  “Marnie” was poorly received and Herrmann’s music was called “old-fashioned”.  (The movie has since been regarded as the last classic Hitchcockian work.)

Alfred Hitchcock refused to fire Herrmann, but asked him to compose a score more commercially viable.  Herrmann agreed.

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After completion of the filming of “Torn Curtain”, Herrmann began to dub his orchestral arrangements over the film.  Hitchcock came to listen and immediately knew it was not what he wanted.  Herrmann couldn’t change his style and was fired.

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Bernard Herrmann’s score for “Torn Curtain” was intense, dramatic and better than the one that would replace it. Alas, it was not “commercial”. (Either was the one they ultimately used.)

John Addison was hired to replace him.  The new love song was never used.  “Torn Curtain” Hitchcock’s 50th film flopped, judged to be too flat and boring.

Although Hitchcock-Herrmann would go on with separate careers, Hitchcock’s soundtracks lost their former glory.

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The Mysterious DEATH of BOB SAGET

Actor/tv host/stand-up comic Bob Saget’s death was caused by blunt force head trauma, according to autopsy results.

Initial mainstream media reports:  Saget’s death was not caused by drugs or foul play.  Today, they’re sticking to their story with the same narrative:  “Bob Saget accidently hit his head and somehow didn’t realize the extent of his injuries.  He went to sleep and never woke up.”

The MSM are repeating this on every station.  What’s wrong with that?  There’s no proof.  There are no witnesses.  And yet they report it with absolute certainty.  What happened to investigative journalism?  How do we know what happened on January 9?  Why the made-up scenario?  That is more suspicious then anything else.

Bob Saget was a well-known celebrity who had a top ten show throughout most of the 1990’s.  Are you telling me in all that time he made no enemies?  Friends of Saget noticed him to have changed recently being oddly reticent and somber.  Was he aware that his time was up?  If so, why?

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What Killed Chris Farley?

We all know actor/comedian Chris Farley died of an overdose on December 18, 1997.  The question is:  What made him do it?

At the beginning of 1997, Chris had the number one film in box office profit:  “Beverly Hill Ninja”.  By the end of the year, he was on a week-long drug binge and couldn’t stop.

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In just a few short years, he’d graduated from “SNL” and was receiving millions of dollars per movie.  But all was not well – –

Farley lost the role for “The Cable Guy” to Jim Carrey.  His then-partner David Spade signed them on to “Black Sheep” – forcing him to do that instead.


Writer David Mamet wanted Farley for a serious auto-bio on “Fatty” Arbuckle.  Because of his know drug use, he’d become uninsurable.  The movie was put on stand-by till the actor cleaned up his act.

Girlfriend Lori Bagley, a “Victoria’s Secret” model, ended their affair because of drugs.  She had a brief scene in “Tommy Boy”.

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October 1997.  Chris’ last appearance as guest host on “SNL” didn’t go as planned.

Chris Farley with Lorne Michaels. (10-25-97)

The opening skit went so bad, it was cut from all future broadcasts.  (The joke of it was that Chris Farley was “clean” of drugs, when he obviously wasn’t.)  David Spade saw a train-wreck coming.  He bowed out of “Almost Heroes”, replaced by  Matthew Perry.

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What was eating at Farley?  Chris wanted to be taken seriously like Jackie Gleason in “The Hustler” and “Gigot”, whose dramatic roles earned critic’s praise.  Likewise, John Candy in “JFK” and “Only the Lonely”.  But, Farley couldn’t get off the comedy treadmill.  “Fatty falls down,” he used to say.  That was his shtick…and he felt trapped inside his own image.

Chris was in and out of different rehabs.  Workers there said he was the most addictive personality they’d ever seen.

In that last week, Chris hadn’t slept, snorting coke non-stop.

On his last day alive, a paid stripper-escort quit their “date”, walking out on him.  “Please don’t leave me, please, don’t leave me…” he begged, before he passed out on the floor.  She took a Polaroid picture, stole his watch then left a note.

Cause of death:  a lethal combination of heroin and cocaine – a “speedball”.  (The same thing that killed John Belushi.)

Last photo of Chris Farley alive.

David Spade recalled Chris’ OCD rituals during filming when he used to tap his foot a certain amount of times before the scene began.  Spade tried to psyche him out by saying “You’re tapping on the devil’s roof”, which freaked Farley out… but what if it was true?

Chris Farley Was Originally Cast to Voice Shrek | Rare

Sad afterthought: Chris had completed 80% of his voice-work for the animated feature “Shrek”. Producers replaced him with SNL actor Mike Myers.

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