The telephone conversation on death by misadventure with
Don Langford tells you everything about Bruce's death.
After May 10th, he seen Bruce one or two times and leaned into him
to warn him about Hash and what it would do to him if he continued.
No doubt he was under stress as the Carlo Ponti offer seemed to be on his mind,
which according to Don, was making him very stressed.
His own sense of invulnerability was his downfall.
All the evidence is there.
May 10th was a warning that, sadly he didn't heed.
He should have listened to Don and Peter Woo, but then again,
how many of us do that?
Mind you, when it was a near death collapse, it's usually a wake up call.
Bruce was a one off, and like all one off's, they have a flaw that finishes them.
The guy was human, and after reading the book by Marcos, it makes you see how
he had all the insecurities we all have.
Still, I love the man and respect him and always will, and hope that one day,
I will be making that slow walk to that hilly graveside and just sit in silence, head bowed,
and with a lot of tears for a man who completely changed my life for the better, since
the age of 12 and i'm 48 next month.