HOW TO KILL ON HALLOWEEN: The ’93 Murder Of River Phoenix
(This report originally posted on Oct 31, 2018)
(Part 1 of a 3-part report)
Actor/rocker Johnny Depp is currently a guitarist in THE HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES. At one time during the early nineties, Depp was co-owner of The Viper Room nightclub where allegedly two mysterious deaths are connected to. The first being late actor River Phoenix… and the second being Depp’s estranged partner in the club who simply vanished into thin air.
Actress Samantha Mathis, who was River’s girlfriend at the time of his death, was part of a recent propaganda piece fed to the public that I believe begins to help us connect the dots in what looks to be a very complex premeditated murder scenario.
It is my belief that the actress lured Phoenix to his death at the Viper Room, where a cast of motley characters awaited the young movie star, such as MINISTRY’s Al Jourgensen, Married With Children’s Christina Applegate, Flea and John Frusciante of the RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, along with Depp himself.
Apparently Depp had a knack for losing his cool with people when he was younger, and nothing changed that night 25 years ago. In fact, the actor/rocker was said to be extremely jealous of River Phoenix.
My goal with this special report is to expose the most damning details in the tragic death of a rising star in Hollywood. Was it another big name overdose or did a small group of people conspire to end one man’s life?
In the past, I have attended many shows myself at Depp’s former club. Like most of the characters he plays on the screen… it is small, dark, and creepy. There was always a sinister vibe I got from this spot and growing up in Los Angeles as I did, I visited all the most infamous murder scenes like Marilyn Monroe’s home in Brentwood and the Tate massacre residence on Cielo Drive. But for me, the Viper Room was hands down the spookiest. Point blank, simply standing outside in front of the Viper and its pitch-black front where River Phoenix collapsed and died is enough to get your skin crawling.
Just as in the Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington death investigations where I learned the two late rockers were tied to the massive international child trafficking scandal called #Pedogate, it is my assertion that River Phoenix was knee deep in knowledge of the explosive Hollywood sex slave ring that was purportedly based out of the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles where underground tunnels were built so Hugh and his pals could transport stolen kids from pizza parties and other locations around the city. Many now refer to it as #Pizzagate, which was a psy op done to throw people off the track of the bad guys. It is also being called #Donutgate, as KISS rocker Gene Simmons is connected historically to both Hefner and Voodoo Donuts, a suspected child trafficking front located in Portland, Oregon.
It turns out River Phoenix himself was raised in a Satanic cult and was sexually abused by powerful directors and producers in Hollywood, and he was going to blow the lid off the cover up.
If fans recall, Phoenix rose to fame for his memorable roles in classic films such as Rob Reiner’s Stand By Me and his turn as the young Indy in the 1989 Steven Spielberg helmed Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
In a previous report, I detailed Spielberg’s alleged involvement with the cover up in the murders of two other stars of his films, Heather O’ Rourke who played the little girl in Poltergeist and 10 year old Judith Barsi, who voiced one of the main characters in the 1988 animated classic the Land Before Time.
At around this same time, Depp stars as the strange mutant Goth character, Edward Scissorhands, in the Tim Burton directed film of the same name. The role essentially reflects Depp’s unrelenting pursuit to become the biggest movie star in the world, no matter who he had to cut so he could get all of the toughest competition out of his way.
On the night of his death, River was not high on drugs as everyone claims, including his girlfriend who lamely continues to push the obvious false narrative. Why do I say that? Well, for starters… that night River was excited to be potentially performing on the stage with Flea and Depp. So he was not wasted when he arrived. He was ready to jam by all accounts, but then Depp would not let him go up on the stage with everyone. Feeling rejected and confused, the young actor watched the jam from a distance. It was not until after the free form go-off session ended that the members of RHCP allegedly handed River the deadly combo of drugs in a cup.
In the obvious attempt all these years later, MSN via a new interview with Mathis stages the scene for us:
“On the night of 30 October 1993, River Phoenix, his girlfriend, the actor Samantha Mathis, and his siblings Leaf (now known as Joaquin) and Rain, walked into the Viper Room, the LA club owned by Johnny Depp. Mathis thought they were there only to drop off his little brother and sister, “but when we arrived he said to me: ‘Oh, there are some people playing music tonight in the club who want me to play with them – that’s OK, right?’” she says.”
“It wasn’t OK with her: she thought they would be going straight to her house. “I knew something was wrong that night, something I didn’t understand. I didn’t see anyone doing drugs but he was high in a way that made me feel uncomfortable – I was in way over my head,” she says. But she knew he wanted to stay, and thought it wouldn’t be long – after all, some of his stuff was in the trunk of her car. Instead, she says, starting to cry: “Forty-five minutes later, he was dead.””
Well if it was such a big deal then why didn’t Mathis just demand River to leave the Viper Room once they realized he was not going to perform on the stage?
My gut tells me she knew damn well what was coming next… so she could not do that. They remained at the club… instead of ditching Depp and his antics. That is what got River Phoenix killed, in my humble opinion.
A post from The Charley Project via Reddit takes us further down the rabbit hole:
“Fox was last seen in Ventura County, California on December 19 2001. His pickup truck disappeared with him, and a .38 caliber revolver disappeared from his briefcase at the same time. On January 6, 2002, his truck was found abandoned on Chestnut Street in Santa Clara, California. Fox left behind several thousand dollars in his bank account, and there hasn’t been activity on his financial accounts since his disappearance. He also left behind a teenage daughter.”
“Fox was scheduled to testify in court shortly after his disappearance. He was in the process of suing five people over financial problems at his business, a West Hollywood, California nightclub called The Viper Room, which he had co-founded with the actor Johnny Depp in 1993. The club was frequented by Hollywood celebrities, and gained notoriety when actor River Phoenix died of a drug overdose just outside it on Halloween in 1993. Depp was one of the defendants in Fox’s lawsuits. Fox had accused Depp of defrauding him of millions of dollars in profits. Fox went missing before the lawsuit could be brought to a conclusion. In 2004, Depp turned over his share in the nightclub to Fox’s daughter, who resold it. The current owners are Darin Feinstein and Harry Morton, son of Hard Rock Cafe founder Peter Morton. It is unclear what caused Fox to vanish, or whether The Viper Room or the pending litigation had anything to do with his disappearance. His case remains unsolved.”