Was this Great Hollywood Director Murdered because he LOVED Chess??

Was this Great Hollywood Director Murdered because he LOVED Chess??

kboyer309
kboyer309
Jan 8, 2012, 7:04 AM |
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Suspicious circumstances, YES...and more on that below.  Chess related?  Well, no.  But he did say, "I used to play chess twelve hours a day. You sit at the board and suddenly your heart leaps. Your hand trembles to pick up the piece and move it. But what chess teaches you is that you must sit there calmly and think about whether it's really a good idea and whether there are other, better ideas."

He made so many great movies.  Some of my favorites were:

Sparticus - 1960

Dr. Strangelove - 1964

2001:  A Space Odyssey - 1968

A Clockwork Orange - 1971

The Shining - 1980

Full Metal Jacket - 1987

Eyes Wide Shut - 1999

His name of course was Stanley Kubrik (1928-1999).

But just how did he die and did he have any outside "help". 

There are rumors that his death may NOT have been from an apparent "heart attack", but somehow related to his last film Eyes Wide Shut.  Well, he did die only 4 days after delivering the final print to Warner Brothers.

Coincidence? 

Oh yeah...Eyes Wide Shut just happened to deal with occult rituals, secret societies, and the Illuminati.

Uh oh...we better just say it was a heart attack and be done with it!!