What the heck is going on?
There are so many young people suddenly dying that I literally can’t keep up with the stories.
I just passed up doing 3 different ones, and then I saw this one and knew I had to share it.
It’s happening so often that people are now calling it “SADS,” or “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome.”
Many of these people are just going to be and never wake up.
The thing that gets me is why aren’t people asking the obvious question here?
What “changes” have happened lately that might be a cause of these sudden deaths in young, healthy people?
Instead of asking this very normal and appropriate question, the media is just reporting on the stories and saying things like, “she lived a wonderful life and will be missed.”
I’m sorry, what?
And now, this beautiful bride-to-be has suddenly died, in the wee hours of the morning, just hours before her wedding.
She left behind a grieving fiance and a sweet little baby.
This is horrific.
Radar Online is reporting that X-Factor alum Tom Mann is grieving the devastating loss of his bride-to-be, Dani Hampson, who died hours before they were set to become husband and wife.
“I can’t believe I am writing these words but my darling Dani — my best friend, my everything and more, the love of my life — passed away in the early hours of Saturday morning, 18th June,” the performer captioned a photo of Hampson with their son.
“On what was supposed to be the happiest day of our lives ended in irreversible heartbreak,” he continued. Sharing that he has cried an “ocean” in the wake of her sudden death, Mann mourned what never came to be.
“We never made it to the altar; or got to say our vows, or dance our first dance, but I know you know that you were my entire world and the best thing that has ever happened to me, Danielle,” the songwriter gushed, calling her the “brightest light in any room.”
She was 34, Radar has learned, and her cause of death has not been revealed.
Assuming this was not homicide or suicide, none of this is normal, folks.
Healthy 34-year-olds dying in their sleep isn’t normal, okay?
We need to know what’s going on and someone needs to look at ALL these cases and see if there’s a commonality.