Can we ever have too much information about our favourite late celebrities?
Yes. I’m pretty sure the answer is yes.
For all you incredibly macabre people, Autopsy Files posts the death reports of celebrities so you can review the disturbing details at your pleasure.
Prince, Robin Williams and Paul Walker are among the post-mortem pages published on the website which strives ‘to provide viewers with the easiest accessibility to these reports’, according to the Daily Star.
Here’s an example of legendary actor Robin Williams’:
Some information of the sheet has been redacted, but his death was ruled a suicide.
The report explains Robin was found ‘deceased secondary to an apparent hanging in a locked bedroom in his residence’.
It gives access to a ghoulish amount of information, from the time of death to what they were wearing at the time.
Shockingly, some reports include photos of their bodies at the scene of the death.
Prince passed away at the age of 57 this April and the report reveals that he only weighed a tiny 8st when he died, with scars on his right lower leg and left hip.
The Purple Rain megastar was wearing a black shirt, cap, trousers and socks.
It does feel pretty intrusive looking at this level of detail.
Fast and Furious star Paul Walker tragically died in a car collision in 2013.
The autopsy report describes how Paul was the passenger in a Porsche Carrera that was travelling at an unsafe speed before spinning out of control and colliding with the sidewalk, a tree, and a light post before bursting into flames.
The driver was also pronounced dead at the scene.
These are just a few examples.
If you’re that way inclined, the reports of Michael Jackson, Marilyn Monroe, Glee star Cory Monteith, Elvis Presley and Tupac (putting rumours the rapper might still be alive to bed), are also available on the page.
I’m not sure I can stomach it though.