There you have it. Max Spiers, 39, had been apparently invited to a conference in Warsaw about UFOs, or conspiracies, or whatever. And that's the point here: there's precious little specific information on what exactly the conference was supposed to be about, nor about its organizers and sponsors. And as the article notes, Spiers was also "said to be probing into the lives of well-known figures in politics, business and entertainment." Additionally, Spiers apparently telephoned his family to indicate he was scared, that he was being held against his will and that strange and satanic rituals were being held to exorcise demons(!). Spiers also apparently "Just days before his death the extra-terrestrial expert sent a chilling text message to his mum, saying: 'Your boy's in trouble. If anything happens to me, investigate.'" He was found dead on the sofa of a woman in Warsaw, having apparently vomited some sort of black bile or liquid, a possible indicator of poisoning.
However, the death occurs in a wider context, not the least of which are a strange set of leaked emails from Wikileaks. With all the broohaha going on in the American election, with the Lunacy and Hysteria Indices reaching new highs and with all the focus on Darth Hillary's emails, there are, however, a few emails that that have gone unnoticed, and they have to do with former intelligence chief and Darth Hillary cheerleader John Podesta, and UFO researcher and novelist and former rock star Tom DeLonge:
1) It is possible that given Mr. Spiers' UFO interest, his apparent "probes into the lives of well-known figures in politics, business, and entertainment," that his death is related to these two seemingly discrete and divergent interests. After all, Mr. Podesta and Mr. DeLonge would certainly qualify as figures in politics and entertainment, and given the Blink 182 rock band founder's interests in UFOs, one is hard-pressed to imagine any conversation between him and Mr. Podesta as being about a subject that was not UFO-related;
(2) Given the circumstances of Mr. Spier's macabre death and his apparent warnings to his mother, it is possible that the occult goings-on that surrounded his death might similarly be related to his demise, and hence that the occult goings-on might have been a subject of his UFO investigations as well. Had Mr. Spiers uncovered a possible connection between UFO phenomena and the black arts? Possible, but if so, he would not be the only one. Consider only Nick Redfern's Final Events: and the Secret Government Group on Demonic UFOs and the Afterlife or Dr. Jacques Vallee's now classic study Passport to Magonia. Now, if you're not entirely convinced of this occult angle, consider the following version of this story, which is offering considerably more detail than the others: