The Tragedy of Matthew Perry

Published Nov. 1, 2022, almost one year before his death. A sign?

What killed actor/writer Matthew Perry on Oct. 28th 2023?  Friends have stated he had turned his life around, was no longer on drugs and had plans to turn his life (already a book) into a TV movie.  No known major event preceded what happened to him on his last day.  After playing an hour’s worth of pickleball, he sent his assistant off on some errands and then relaxed in his hot tub.  What happened then?

Possible Causes of Death

Having read his autobiography, it’s possible his body just gave out after decades of drug abuse.  Heart failure?

Could Perry have been secretly back on drugs or alcohol?  A relapse?  Another O.D?

Foul Play?  Matthew Perry’s final online messages are cryptic.  Shortly before his death, he posted a picture of the moon with the caption:

“Do you understand what I’m trying to tell you? – I’m Mattman.”

The last photo is, of course, of him in the hot tub where he drowned.

“Oh, so warm water swirling around make you feel good? I’m Mattman.”

Perry often referenced himself as his alias “Mattman” (Batman), because he was rich and lived alone.  It was the title of the final chapter of his book.

What’s the message here?

On August 11, 2014, Robin Williams, star of the late 1970’s sitcom “Mork & Mindy” was found hanged in his bedroom  Ruled as a suicide.  He was not discovered until the next morning by his assistant.  His wife, who slept in a separate bedroom, returned later.

On January 9, 2022, Bob Saget, star of the 1980’s sitcom “Full House” was found dead in his hotel bed.  Ruled as blunt force trauma to the head, supposedly caused by him falling down before he went to sleep.  No explanation as to how the injury went around his head.

October 28, 2023.  Matthew Perry, one of the stars of the 1990’s-early 2000’s sitcom “Friends” is found drowned in his hot tub with no further explanation.  Notice a pattern here?

Text © 2023 – EricReports

Can You Name Which TV Shows Matthew Perry Said These Quotes On?

2 thoughts on “The Tragedy of Matthew Perry

Leave a Reply