Chris Jericho Has Some Suspicions Over Bob Saget’s Mysterious Passing

Fozzy’s Chris Jericho recently invited True Crimecast hosts Jamie Boggs and John Bailey to his podcast ‘Talk Is Jericho’ to talk about the suspicious details of the death of stand-up comedian and actor Bob Saget. Jericho argued the fact that Saget didn’t show any fact of displeasure in the social media posts he shared before his death:

“He posted that selfie of himself on stage and like you said, talked about doing a two-hour set saying ‘I’m addicted to this shit’ again. So obviously he was very happy with what he was doing, he’s happy with the show, he’s happy to be on the road, no moroseness there at all.”

Chris also talked about the inconsistency between Bob’s autopsy report and the circumstances of the hotel room he was found in:

“When you see the whole concept of he fell, and you’re looking at this hotel or even if you see the vice special if anybody wants to check that online -well, you can’t find it online- and there’s a little lip on the shower and you would have to fall right on it, which listen, things happen, right? But like you mentioned, his skull was crushed in the back and the front. So that is why, like, you can’t just fall, slip in the shower, hit your head on the little granite lip, and shatter the back and front of your skull. When they pointed that out I was like ‘Oh my Gosh I didn’t realise just how messed up it was.'”

Saget was found unresponsive in his hotel room in Florida on January 9, 2022. The autopsy report showed ‘blunt force trauma’ as the cause of death. Chief Medical Examiner Dr Joshua D. Stephany’s report wrote:

“It is my opinion that the death of Robert Saget, a 65-year-old white male found unresponsive in a hotel room, is the result of blunt head trauma. It is most probable that the decedent suffered an unwitnessed all backward and struck the posterior aspect of his head. The manner of death is an accident.”

However, Orange County Sheriff’s report stated that having a blunt force trauma in Saget’s room was unlikely:

“As mentioned earlier, most of the suite was carpeted. The headboard of the bed was lightly padded and set slightly out from the wall. These are listed here as possible mechanisms of injury, but nothing was located in the room that allows for a definitive conclusion.”

Dr Gavin Britz, chair of neurosurgery at Houston, compared the magnitude of the injury:

“This is something I find with someone with a baseball bat to the head, or who has fallen from 20 or 30 feet.”

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