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Reports of his death sadly not a rumour! :(


Some really weird stuff published over the last few weeks if you do a trawl, but the truth could be a lot simpler: the personality that made him so interesting killed him?

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I heard it on the radio this morning at 1.00am, I am still shocked by the news.

Such a great actor.
He touched the hearts of everyone who watched him and to the lucky people who met him.
He was a unique person would will be missed.

R.I.P Robin Williams.

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I saw the reports last night when I went to bed. If it is indeed suicide then I can only hope those who have never suffered from chronic depression can try to understand how numbing it is. Many will think RW had everything, but sometimes you have nothing inside...or at least that's the way it seems.

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