Celebrity death synchros

The Trickster strikes.

In the 1982 film, Blade Runner, Dutch actor Rutgers Hauser played a replicant who dies in the year 2019. Thirty-seven years later, 75-year-old Hauser died on July 27, 2019.

Samuel Clemens, best known as Mark Twain, was born just after Haley’s Comet appeared in 1835. The comet only appears in our skies once every 76 years. In 1909, he wrote: “I came in with Halley’s Comet in 1835. It is coming again next year, and I expect to go out with it. It will be the greatest disappointment of my life if I don’t go out with Halley’s Comet. The Almighty has said, no doubt: ‘Now here are these two unaccountable freaks; they came in together, they must go out together.’”

Indeed, Clemens died one day after the comet appeared in the sky.

Will Rogers, humorist, actor, and writer, died in a plane crash with his aviator buddy, Wiley Post, shortly after taking off from a lagoon in Point Barrow, Alaska. Rogers’s typewriter was found in the debris, a piece of paper rolled into it, and the last word he typed was death. Even Rogers probably got a kick out of that one.

Hours after famed Trappist monk Thomas Merton proclaimed in an important meeting with religious leaders that the times ahead were electrifying, he died by electrocution while sitting in the bathtub.

The last movie that John Huston directed before his death was called The Dead.

The last book of poetry that Anne Sexton published before she committed suicide in 1974 was entitled The Death Notebooks.

At the time of his death, Philip K. Dick was working on a novel entitled The Owl in Daylight. In esoteric traditions, the owl is considered a messenger between the living and the dead.

The last song that Hank Williams wrote was Angel of Death. When he died, he had a hit single at the top of th charts: I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive.

This is the really weird part of synchronicity, the kind of stuff that makes your arms erupt in goose bumps.



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9 Responses to Celebrity death synchros

  1. Darren B says:

    I wrote a post about Hank Williams, plus all of the other celeb’s birth-dates that all seem to be entangled in each other’s weird sync-web, titled ‘I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive?’, which you can view at this link here –

  2. Ray Getzinger says:

    Synchros are an everyday part of my life. I need to get back here more often.
    I knew the one about Samual Clemons. The rest are interesting.
    I haven’t read Sexton’s poem but I wonder was always on her mind.

  3. Jane says:

    Great research an interesting read

  4. Great post for the last half of October, when we focus on the macabre.

  5. Melissa says:

    Love this post, but one small correction I have to share with you: Rutger Hauer actually died on July 19th and I was crushed because I really liked him and I love ‘Blade Runner.’

    However, you must have been thinking of me, because you mentioned he died on my birthday, July 27th. hehehe

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