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The Death of Brandon Lee: The Untold Story


This E-book ( is the most recent printing of this story first published in 1996. The interest in Brandon Lee and this story is worldwide without exception. It is available only as an e-book ( ), so as to make available to everyone at a very reasonable price.
The facts surrounding the death of actor Brandon Lee, who died from a gunshot wound on March 31, 1993 in Wilmington, North Carolina at Carolco Studios is a story worth telling. The “official” version of what happened to Brandon was investigated thoroughly by the author, R.E. Gus Payne, and investigator, Charles H. Williams, III. This project required extensive investigation with tough interviewing of reluctant, often fearful sources. Nevertheless, the truth is finally told.
““The writer ( and an experienced investigator interviewed former members of the cast and crew of the movie “The Crow” and determined that the facts are quite different from those reported in the spoon-fed, fawning media by the movie industry and greedy Wilmington politicians.
The writer provides details of the incident from the point where it happened on the set at Carolco Studios, to the Emergency Center at the hospital, the so-called police investigation, and the not previously revealed fact that a Bill of Indictment had been prepared to bring criminal negligent charges against certain executives and crew members of the movie, only to be quashed by the DA who was as eager for a quick settlement as the participants and the benefactors.

Part 1 - Introduction: The Legacy of Bruce Lee

Part 2 - The Killing of Brandon Lee/Hospital/Autopsy

Part 3 – The “Official Version” of What Happened

Part 4 – The Facts: What Really Happened/The Media

This report tells what really happened to Brandon Lee and the events that followed his death on the set of “The Crow.”

R.E. Gus Payne is also the author of “Caught in the Crossfire” (a NBC-TV movie starring actor Dennis Franz as Mr. Payne; “The End of all Diseases” ( ) and “Falsely Accused: Jim Garrison’s Investigation of JFK’s Assassination ( ).



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