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Friday, February 25

Hunter S. Thompson About To Bring Down Pedophile Elite

Cloak & Dagger tells me that HST was working on a story or book about the pedophacracy, and he has learned this from Tom Henegan. But I don't understand why HST was talking of suicide so much before his death. I think that there is a 50/50 chance he pulled the trigger to go out in his own way and to bring the world's attention to his UPCOMING UNPUBLISHED WORK.


"At first I was very angry. He was my best friend, my lover, my partner, and my teacher," she said. "But I know he is much more powerful and alive now than ever before. He is in all of our hearts. His death was a triumph of his own human spirit because this is what he wanted. He lived and died like a champion."

In recent months, Thompson, 67, had repeatedly talked of killing himself, she said, and had been issuing directives verbally and in writing of what he wanted done with his body, his unpublished work and his assets. His suicidal designs put an intense strain on their relationship, she said, but his motives were not rooted in desperation or fear -- he simply felt his time had come.

. . .

Last weekend, Anita, who was working out at the Aspen Club & Spa, called Thompson, who asked her to come home so they could work on his weekly ESPN column. She said the two never said goodbye; rather, he placed the receiver beside his typewriter that sat on the kitchen counter, loaded his revolver, and pulled the trigger.

"I was on the phone with him, he set the receiver down and he did it. I heard the clicking of the gun," said the author's widow, adding that the clicking sounded as if he was striking the keys of his typewriter. She heard a loud, muffled noise in the background, but did not know what had happened. "I was waiting for him to get back on the phone." He never did.

"I'm going to miss him horribly, you can't even imagine. He was such a beautiful man."


I’m a road man for the lords of Karma.
DENVER – The question won’t go away, and Juan Thompson paused to give it some thought: Why would his father, legendary journalist Hunter S. Thompson, take his own life? Was it his declining health?

‘‘I don’t think so,’’ Thompson said. ‘‘One thing that he said many times was that, 'I’m a road man for the lords of Karma.’ It’s a cryptic saying. But there’s an implication there that he may have decided that his work was done and that he didn’t want to overstay his welcome; it was time to go.’’

. . .

Looking back on the hours before he discovered his father dead in the kitchen, Thompson said he saw no hints of what he was about to do. Their last conversation, like so many others, was about one of the writer’s business dealings. There was no suicide note.

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