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Whitney Houston drowned in a foot of hot water: Accident or Opportunist

It would be so easy to discount Whitney Houston’s death as an accident due to contributing factors, such as Cocaine, Xanax and Alcohol.

Yet the coroner repeatedly states that the level of sedative found in her blood was low.

Empty beer bottles were also found in her room but alcohol was not detected in her body.

Houston suffered several scald burns on her face at the time of her death and she was found in the tub face down.

You have to wonder if at the time of her death, did Houston voluntarily used cocaine or if someone intentionally gave her an over-dose.

Where is the person that felt he had to clean-up the room before the police arrive?

And who was he protecting, Houston or himself?

And why did he leave the country?

Nope! It’s too easy to say that Houston had a terrible accident because surely, that wouldn’t be questioned due to her history.

But on that day! And the few minutes leading up to her untimely death . . . what really happened . . . to leave Houston face down in a foot of hot scaling water . . . surrounded by bodyguards?

“This is not the end of the story even though the book has closed and her life is no more!”


April 5, 2012 - Posted by | Keeping It Real | , , ,


  1. I really like whitney houston because of her great voice, oh i really miss her. ..

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    Comment by Nicole Sadow | November 27, 2012 | Reply

  2. When I saw the facial expression of CNN’s Don Lemon, who interrupted the special “Black in America: The New Promised Land-Silicon Valley” with breaking news, I knew something tragic had happened in America. My mind raced a mile a minute trying to figure out who had gone on to glory too soon. When Lemon announced the death of Whitney Houston, my mood last Saturday became somber. Much like after the death of Michael Jackson, I almost shed a tear thinking about growing up in the 1980s with their hit songs being constantly played by Magic 102 FM in Houston.;

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    Comment by Jared Woullard | February 25, 2013 | Reply

    • I could see that Whitney Houston so desperately wanted to make a triumphant comeback and I was one of her many fans that wished her nothing but the best that life had to offer. Unfortunately, I viewed a documentary on her life and her effort to make a comeback shortly before her death and I noticed as she began to speak that her voice was very raspy and cracked almost on every syllable.
      I knew that her voice coach would have to be a magician to create that velvety and pure sound, which once flowed from Whitney’s vocal cords without effort. Whitney defined her entire life by her art, and I truly believe that she could not distinguish between “Whitney the Entertainer” from “Whitney the Person! ” and somehow, although she had a large entourage constantly around her, she did not feel that “sense of security” too let her hair down, take off her makeup and just be “Whitney the Person!” and that’s sad!”

      Your life accomplishments are not defined by one mistake, but the overall successes along the way. It’s okay to be proud of the latest accomplishments of your career “but never allow your career to define who you are as a person, because you’re greater than that!

      Comment by brp305 | February 26, 2013 | Reply

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