The Suspicious Death Of
(July 20th, 1964 – May 17th, 2017)
 Article By Adriana Rubio

Christopher John Boyle, best known as Chris Cornell singer, songwriter and guitarist for Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple Of The Dog, was found unresponsive by his bodyguard in the bathroom of his room at the MGM Grand in Detroit.

According to police reports, Cornell was lying on the floor with an exercise band around his neck and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Chris Cornell had performed a sold out concert with Soundgarden in the City of Rock at the Fox Theatre, on May 17th just hours before the sad finding.

The Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office revealed that Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell committed suicide by hanging. But Cornell’s wife Vicky Karayiannis and the family Attorney at Law Kirk Pasich disputed the coroner’s conclusion in a public statement.

“Chris's death is a loss that escapes words and has created emptiness in my heart that will never be filled. Chris was a devoted father and husband. He was my best friend”.

“His world revolved around his family first and, of course, his music second. He flew home for Mother's Day to spend time with our family. He flew out mid-day Wednesday, the day of the show, after spending time with the children. When we spoke before the show, we discussed plans for a vacation over Memorial Day and other things we wanted to do”.

“When we spoke after the show, I noticed he was slurring his words; he was different. When he told me he may have taken an extra Ativan or two, I contacted security and asked that they check on him”. 

“What happened is inexplicable and I am hopeful that further medical reports will provide additional details. I know that he loved our children and he would not hurt them by intentionally taking his own life”.

Attorney Kirk Pasich, said “Without the results of toxicology tests, we do not know what was going on with Chris — or if any substances contributed to his demise. Chris, a recovering addict, had a prescription for Ativan and may have taken more Ativan than recommended dosages. The family believes that if Chris took his life, he did not know what he was doing, and that drug or other substances may have affected his actions”.

Chris Cornell’s bodyguard Martin Kirsten went to Chris room after the concert to fix his computer and gave him two Ativan pills around 11:30 pm. And about 45 minutes later Chris wife called Kirsten to check on him because on their last phone talk after the gig he did not sound well.

Kirsten knocked on the door and no one answered it. As he was not registered to the room, the hotel management did not open the door for him so he kicked it down himself including the door to the bathroom which was locked. Martin Kirsten found Chris Cornell lying on the floor with blood running from his mouth and an exercise band around his neck.

It’s curious to know that the day Chris Cornell passed away was the 117th anniversary of the publication of “The Wizard Of Oz” (May 17th, 1900). The book is directly connected to Illuminati Mind Control.

Chris and his wife Vicky started a foundation in 2012 to help children heal from sexual abuse, neglect and poverty. The Cornell’s Foundation gave financial support to Childhaven and YouthCare in Seattle amongst some other organizations to help children in need. Chris was really involved in this kind of charity activity and loved it. Many of these kids have been abused by Illuminati paedophiles still in power. Chris knew too much... and someone might have needed to get him OUT of the picture... if you know what I mean 😢 
I have written about the Illuminati thing in a Document titled "The Jim Morrison Manual Case" which I published in 2009 after a number of years investigating and a previous book in 2005. Of course no one cares about it, but I'm still seeing celebrities being silenced in such a ridiculous way that a five year old kid would realize is a FOUL PLAY! A Murder cover-up that will end up with toxicology results saying Chris Cornell had a mixture of drugs in his system that led him to hang himself, blah, blah, blah... Jesus Christ!

"Ativan" is a sedative drug, a brand for Lorazepam, a well known benzodiazepine used to treat anxiety disorders. Although this medication has a number of side effects including "thoughts of suicide", it does not give the patient enough strength to handle the hanging stuff. Again, it is a SEDATIVE drug. And according to Chris wife, he was slurring his words on the phone and kept saying he was tired. Being tired does not necessarily mean he was tired of life. He was falling into a drowsiness state caused by the medication.

Soundgarden Live at The Fox Theatre, Detroit 5/17/2017

Ugly Truth
Hunted Down
Non-State Actor
Searching With My Good Eye Closed
Black Hole Sun
By Crooked Steps
The Day I Tried to Live
My Wave
Been Away Too Long
Fell on Black Days
A Thousand Days Before
Burden in My Hand
Blow Up the Outside World
Jesus Christ Pose

Rusty Cage
Slaves & Bulldozers (with “In My Time of Dying” refrain)

R.I.P Chris Cornell

PART II Coming Soon!



The Ups & Downs of Being a Music Journalist
My Interview with Garret K. Woodward

Article & Interview by Adriana Rubio
Photographs: Courtesy of Garrett K. Woodward

I contacted Garret K. Woodward on December 9th, 2015 via e-mail after reading his interview with former frontman for “Stone Temple Pilots”, “Velvet Revolver” and “The Wildabouts”: Scott Weiland.

I got a nice reply from Garrett and we set up day and time for the interview immediately. It was a very nice talk and I really enjoyed it, but things in my desk-camp became chaotic for quite some time, so I apologize for making this interview available to the public almost a year and a half later!

As you all know, a list of deceased musicians knocked on the music world’s door. It felt like a bomb angrily exploding into the music industry; tragically taking a number of artists as a result. It is unbelievable how many of them passed away in the last couple of years.

I followed Scott’s musical career from the early stages of STP. I was devastated by the news of his passing, honestly, plus all the crap and speculations surrounding his death - escalating at full speed all over the internet made the whole picture look worse.

Although the artist never dies because he/she keeps alive through his art, he is not physically here with us anymore. So when that happens, the music journalist usually experiences that particular flashback on how everything started…  

“After I saw Scott perform in Montreal in 2000, I was so blown away by his performance that I just felt that I wanted to be somewhere in the music industry”.

“I started going to shows every weekend all through high-school and college, every single weekend I had a concert or two to attend.”

“When I entered college, I wasn’t pretty sure what to do, but I knew that I wanted to interact with people in the music industry. Additionally, I had wanted to go into a Television-Radio Station internship, but I couldn’t find any work in college with TV Radio Station”.

“I was at this music festival with a friend of mine who said: ‘I know it’s not a TV Radio Station job, but there’s a friend who runs a music magazine, I’d talk to him and he could probably give you an internship’, so I went to see that person and started with all the albums reviews, stuff like that, nothing big but I was in a good level”.

“I knew what I wanted to do and I was into the music industry. But at that entire time, Scott Weiland was out of my list. I figured it out if I had to interview him; meaning if I had the opportunity to meet him, I knew that I was going to do what I’m supposed to do, the right thing”. 

“The opportunity with Scott popped up, you know every rock’n’roll journalist has to go through five doors to get to these people. I’m sure you know what I’m talking about (Laughs!). Originally we were going to do the interview in early November, but he cancels, and then he cancels again. And the third time the management said well he will talk to you this time…” (Laughs!)

“Hello? Smoky Mountain News.”

“Is this Garret?”

“Yes. Who is this?”

“Scott Weiland.”

“Where the River Goes: A final conversation with Scott Weiland” reads the title of a very well written article by Garret K. Woodward, a journalist for the Smoky Mountain News.

A Must Read!

To read the entire article by Garrett K. Woodward, click on the link below:

Thank you Garrett!

R.I.P Scott Weiland
You’re greatly missed!