The Curious Death Of Vincent Van Gogh


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Do we really know the life and death of this famous artist?

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Welcome of the newborn baby by the family _ 1895
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Almond branches in bloom, 1890, by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). (Photo by DeAgostini/Getty Images)
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Concertgebouw and Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Painting titled 'Farms near Auvers' by Vincent van Gogh
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2 weeks ago

Thoughts on Edgar Allen Poe’s death?? I say it’s rabies.

2 weeks ago

Did u get Timmy’s ball back?

2 weeks ago

For Post Mortem - I'm just spitballin' here, but is it possible that Theo killed Vincent?

Theo said Vincent had stated that if he ever became a nuisance or burden, he would kill himself (and it's likely Theo, as Vincents brother and closest friend, would've seen his dismay when he told him about his business plans) - but Vincent himself had said he frowned upon suicide and would never commit such an act... It doesn't add up. What if Theo was lying to cover up his crime?

It's clear Vinny boy had one or more mental illnesses, and it's common for mental illnesses to run in families. It's a stretch, but what if Theo also had similar illnesses and was just high-functioning?

He'd just become a father and had plans to start his own business. Both of those things are a lot to handle on their own, emotionally and financially, but he was also financially supporting his older brother and realistically there didn't seem to be an end in sight. If you add an unstable mental state into this equation, it could be plausible that either Theo hired someone to kill Vincent and dispose of his belongings, or that Theo killed Vincent himself.

This would explain the distance between Vincent and the gun, why they couldn't tie a gun to Vincent, but most importantly it explains why Vincent claimed it was suicide - he was protecting his little brother.

I would love to hear your take on this theory! #postmortem

2 weeks ago

“I’ll put this on somethin’ you put somethin’ in front of me I’ll put it to it.”

2 minutes ago

They should cover Marilyn Monroe's death and everything surrounding it. I loved the video❤️

28 minutes ago

Mmmmmmmm,mmmmmmmmmmm,,mmmmmmmmmm!!!! Good !! Lmfao

36 minutes ago

Literally nobody:
Ryan: pats

45 minutes ago

U guys should go on NeTfLiX

1 hour ago

Can you please do a Buzzfeed Unsolved on the Waco siege/compound?
love you guys 🖤

1 hour ago

Please do the missing persons case of Madeline McCann!!

1 hour ago

Do you ever think that after a video recorded about a killer Ryan turns around and see's the guy in the suit in the corner and gets scared?

1 hour ago

Quote by Ryan in 15:20 "Teenage boys are the WORST" i am turning into a teenager in a few months

1 hour ago

15:52 this voice sounds sssssoooooo familiar... And yet i found out it sounds like King Julian's cute assistant on Madagascar...

Ps. By the way his name is Mort...

3 hours ago

FUN FACT: Gogh was extremely depressed and once drank yellow paint because he thought it would make him happy, nearly dying from it, and therefore was not allowed into his painting studio until his mental state improved

4 hours ago

Is there going to be a supernatural season 6? If so, any rough idea when? Please, it's my drug. I can only rewatch every episode so many times, it's getting sad.

4 hours ago

You can do apprenticeship at 15 in france

4 hours ago

Y'all should check out The Magnoila Hotel in Seguin, TX for the paranormal unsolved series.

4 hours ago

His brother shot him for money

5 hours ago

as merch you should sell the show on Blu-ray

9 hours ago

Go to the golden lamb next

11 hours ago

i honestly don't think it's suicide

11 hours ago

René, the Bully Boy

12 hours ago

They should do a video about Roger the doll.

12 hours ago

this show is so cozy i love it so much

12 hours ago

Hey can you do Selena Quintanilla please

13 hours ago

Was this the last episode of the season?

13 hours ago

Idk but some of his paintings scares me

15 hours ago

I bet he was drugged then told he wanted to kill him self

16 hours ago

You guys should look into the case of Martha Jean Lambert! @buzzfeedunsolved

16 hours ago

please tell me why I’m watching this at night

20 hours ago

With theory 1, he probably brought his art supplies with him because they were is pride and joy. He then being consumed with grief of his brother, yes would have driven him to committing suicide. In the wheat field, well, most of his paintings were of outside- nature; is possible that's where he felt comfortable and knew that no one would be around. Shooting himself would have been very awkward, probably causing his hand to jolt because of the force of the gun, causing the bullet to leave a hole but more than likely to have skimmed his skin and head in the ground. The sound and pain would have shaken Van Goh out of his mental state and he throw the gun in shock. The wheat field would have been far so walking could have taken up to 2.5hours max. The revolver, he could have bought it while on his previous travels around Europe.

20 hours ago

I am Vincent Van Gogh kin

23 hours ago