But now it's straight up cancelled!
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This is by far one of the strangest conspiracy theories we have ever heard.
For the first time since they have adopted their, um, "unique" Bonnie & Clyde lifestyle, Randy and Evi Quaid have agreed to sit down for an interview. This morning, they broke their silence by speaking to Good Morning America about their criminal activities and lack of time spent in court/prison.
But those topics never really came up. Instead, the pair went off on the wildest tangent imaginable, concocting a story that their biggest fear was that they would return to Hollywood only to be "whacked" by people who are looking to kill them for financial gain.
They say it's happened before, it will happen again and they don't want it happening to them!
According to the pair, there are several parties interested in killing them for profit. Theses supposed murders, according to them, include an estate planner, an accountant and the mafia. Evi goes on to call themselves "refugees," who both "genuinely feel" that these supposed "star whackers" are out to get them. Randy explains that these supposed killers have gone so far as to "follow" them around, "tag" their cell phones and hack their computer.
Then Randy puts forth that "it is very possible" that these same people could have "murdered" Heath Ledger and David Carradine for profit as well as "set up” Robert Blake! The couple even go on to say that these fiends other targets include Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears and Mel Gibson, with Evi sighting Mel's much publicized recorded hate-rants as evidence of these alleged evil-doers handiwork. She explains:
"I think he was drugged. I think he was slipped a mickey … to steal his money and ruin him."
Oh wait, here's the strangest part of the interview: both denied being "mentally unstable or under the influence of drugs. "
Anyone else not convinced about that?!
If you think you can handle it, check out the interview to hear more about the Quaid's theories. (above)