A number of deaths continue to be touted as “sudden death syndrome” or “unexplained,” but the more we look and the longer time goes on, the more it’s clear that the experimental COVID shots are bringing about these results. Three suspicious deaths have occurred and were reported on Monday.
The first was a popular radio dj who died on air doing his morning show. Will & Grace star Leslie Jordan dies in a car accident while suffering a “medical emergency” and Dragon’s Den businessman Drew Cockton dies suddenly at 36-years-old.
Opera News reports:
Tim Gough was an hour into his show on GenX Radio Suffolk when the music stopped halfway through a song, before resuming a few minutes later, according to The Mirror.
The DJ was broadcasting from his home when he passed away at around 7.50am today (Monday 24 October).
In a statement, the station said: “It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to inform you, our dear friend and breakfast host Tim Gough passed away this morning whilst presenting his program.
“Our love to his family, son, sister, brother and mum.
“Tim was doing what he loved. He was 55 years old.”
Gough was an experienced broadcaster whose career spanned 36 years.
NBC News reports on Leslie Jordan and a possible vaxxident:
LOS ANGELES — Leslie Jordan, who won an Emmy playing the conniving Beverley Leslie on “Will & Grace” and became a social media sensation during the pandemic, died Monday after he crashed his car into a tree in Hollywood, his agent said.
“The world is definitely a much darker place today without the love and light of Leslie Jordan,” David Shaul said. “Not only was he a mega talent and joy to work with, but he provided an emotional sanctuary to the nation at one of its most difficult times.”
Jordan, 67, was pronounced dead at the scene around 9:30 a.m. PT after firefighters responding to reports of a collision at Cahuenga Boulevard and Romaine Street found him “pulseless and non-breathing” in a gray sedan, authorities said.
His agent said it is suspected that Jordan suffered “some sort of medical emergency” that caused him to lose control of the vehicle.
Sky News reports on the death of Drew Cockton:
A businessman who won a £50,000 investment on the TV show Dragons’ Den has died suddenly at the age of 36.
Drew Cockton, who owned home vegan fragrance and candle brand Owen Drew, died at home on Saturday 22 October.
Confirming the news in a Facebook post, his mother Kate wrote: “We are truly, utterly heartbroken to have to tell you that our beloved Drew Peter George Cockton (my gorgeous boy) died peacefully at home yesterday.
“We are devastated beyond belief. Life is never, ever going to be the same again. Rest peacefully darling boy.”
She also shared a photo of her son, looking happy and relaxed in a sunny garden.
Mr Cockton, who was also founder of the North West LGBTQ+ Business Awards, died just hours after the second LGBTQ+ Business Awards were held at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool.
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