Paul Walker Faked His Own Death?


While millions are still in mourning over the recent California death of Paul Walker, conspiracy theorists are hard at work attempting to prove the news untrue.  The question they ask: Did Paul Walker fake his own death?

It’s nearly been a month since the fatal car crash that killed both Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas on Nov. 30 in Valencia, California, just after the pair left a charity event hosted by Reach Out Worldwide.  The two men were driving together in a Porsche Carrera GT with Walker as the passenger when the car veered off the pavement then smashed into a tree and exploded into flames.  The LA County Coroner’s Office reported their results of the actor’s autopsy, saying that he died from a combination of thermal and traumatic injuries which were sustained in the car crash.  This means that he did not die immediately on impact.  Rodas, the driver of the car, reportedly died of multiple traumatic injuries.

The AP previously reported that the crash was caused by Rodas driving too quickly, though TMZ smashed that particular article, stating that law enforcement sources said that the investigation is ongoing and that they did not make any determination as to the cause of the crash.  The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department has reportedly requested that German Porsche engineers look over the remains of the car to try to solidify the reason behind the crash.

But according to the conspiracy website, Paul Walker’s death is a hoax and it was achieved with the help of the entire production team and crew of the Fast & Furious series.

The website points out that a number of times, Walker warned his fans to be happy and smile should he die a particularly violent death.  But is this mere foreshadowing, or proof that Paul Walker faked his own death?

In addition to the actor’s comments, the site has a number of blurry pictures that they say are of a person or two standing in the middle of the fiery car explosion wearing fire-resistant suits.  In one of the videos, the website says viewers can see the person in the suit moving around.  In another, a man in a white suit is said to be holding a type of flame thrower and moving it around the car.  They also claim to have photos from before the car was set on fire, which show a number of people huddling around the car, apparently in preparation to create an explosion to simulate the two deaths.  In addition, they say that a fire truck was parked just around the corner, in case the ‘fake’ flames got out of control.

The website also claims that that license plate on the car that left the charity event with Walker and Rodas inside is different from the license plate recovered at the accident scene, which could mean that two cars were used in the alleged death-faking.

Walker’s funeral was already held on Dec. 14 as a private service for family and close friends.  The question of whether Paul Walker faked his own death seems obvious to those who believe the conspiracy theory website, but unlikely to those who have now gone nearly a month in mourning the loss of the Fast & Furious star.

By Marisa Corley

Huffington Post
International Business Times

80 Responses to "Paul Walker Faked His Own Death?"

  1. coadan   April 12, 2014 at 10:37 am

    oooh god what to beleive????

  2. suki   March 7, 2014 at 6:01 pm

    I have just watched a video on utube where a road crash expert says the crash would not cause the car to catch fire only if there was flammable liquid inside the car ??? plus he refused to answer the interviewr on whether he thought they were speeding ??? So many questions & muddled interview stories hopefully we get a proper answer soon.

    • Tracey   March 7, 2014 at 7:47 pm

      I wish people would stop going on about a 2nd number plate that was put there by a gan after the car was taken away. Maybe that car was knocked off the road by another car & got clean away there would be no evidence as fire destroyed it all & no cctv to prove otherwise its a very good possibility. Cant see Paul & Roger on a suicide pact to be so ignorant to risk killing themselves that day knowing what that car was about & the type of road they were driving on! To drive high speed & have to break quickly would be fatal they would have known this you just dont take that risk only if you have a death wish !!!

  3. Jill Sals   February 9, 2014 at 4:56 am

    Yes,I believe to some extent it was faked. Nothing adds up, but maybe that is too keep you guessing. The folks that are telling you to let these people rip truly know what happened its Hollywood! And yes people are great at acting they do this for a living people hello! He was preparing us all ahead of time for his departure from movie life. Look back at ALL his interviews it is there in what he tells us. As you all can well see there are only a few places giving you the news on his accident with both me. He wanted to spend some quality time w/daughter, go back to school/ start a family. He was 40, not much time left there either.Hollywood can leave its battle scars overtime and no privacy time! People need to see his life as a reality check before you want to step into fame or wish you were him first. Have a good life, and enjoyed your movies very much your time is now! Best Wishes!


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