October 30, 2017
Look, I’m not gonna go full conspiratard on this one.
I mean, I am on the larger event, but this particular crash – I won’t.
However, it is still a coincidence worth noting.
A Murrieta couple who grew closer after surviving the mass shooting in Las Vegas on Oct. 1 died weeks later in a car crash not far from their home, relatives and authorities said.
On Oct. 16, just before 11 p.m., Dennis Carver, 52, was driving northbound on Avenida de Arboles in Murietta, with his wife, Lorraine, 54, in the passenger seat. Their 2010 Mercedes went off the roadway on a curve and crashed into two brick pillars and exploded into flames, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Okay, yeah, that is a weird way to crash. I’ve seen a lot of car crashes, none of which ended in an inferno.
The two were pronounced dead at the scene and ultimately identified by the Riverside County coroner.
The couple’s oldest daughter, Brooke Carver, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that the pair survived the massacre in Las Vegas earlier this month and seemed deeper in love in the wake of it.
“After the shooting, they heard from all of the people they cared about most. They were so happy,” said Carver, 20. “The last two weeks of their lives were really just spent living in the moment.”
Carver said her parents were among tens of thousands who attended the Route 91 Harvest music festival in Las Vegas this month and were in the crowd when a gunman opened fire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, killing 58.
The reason I’m not going into a conspiracy here is that they were just members of a very large crowd.
If they had been staying on the same floor as Paddock, yes, I would be very suspicious of this.
But this just seems like a normal, random thing.