Did Paul Walker Struggle In Final Moments?
Did Paul Walker try to escape from the doomed Porsche? That is the shocking speculation after new video surfaced of the fatal accident. INSIDE EDITION has the details.
A video shot and uploaded on YouTube by a motorist who passed by Paul Walker’s death scene might demonstrate that the Fast and Furious actor struggled to escape from the burning wreck.
Some reports claim a shadowy figure could be seen moving inside the car as it was engulfed in flames.
Days after the tragedy, people still can't seem to grasp that the Fast and Furious actor is gone. As a result, conspiracy theories are emerging that can only be described as off-the-wall.
The conspiracy-oriented website Truther.org raised the question that Walker was assassinated by a drone strike. Another looney-tunes theory is reported by MediaTakeOut.com, claiming that Walker is still alive and the car he was seen climbing into is not the same car that crashed minutes later.
Pop culture expert Leigh Blickley shared, “With Paul Walker being in this franchise Fast and Furious where he’s driving cars, he’s a racecar driver, and in personal life he owns cars. I think this is just something where fans can’t get a grasp on it. Did this really happen?”
Walker's despondent 15-year-old daughter Meadow was recently photographed wearing one of her father’s favorite baseball caps from Bass Pro Shops.
His girlfriend, 23-year-old Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell, was also visibly grieving as she arrived at Walker's home to comfort his family. Pilchard-Gosnell had been dating the 40-year-old star since she was just 16 years old.
Meanwhile, the grieving cast of the billion-dollar Fast and Furious movie franchise has released a touching tribute to Paul Walker that has gone viral on YouTube.
The tribute uses clips from his five Fast and Furious movies and ends with a poignant image of Walker, a star gone too soon.
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