Pictures Of Bob Saget’s Hotel Room Just Raised A Whole Bunch Of New Questions…


The authorities who investigated Bob Saget’s death have released more than 50 photos of the Florida hotel room where the comedian’s body was found in January. The said photos of the hotel room showed details of the room where investigators say he suffered a fatal blow to the head.

The Chief Medical Examiner Joshua Stephany said that the 65-year-old Saget died after he suffered accidental head trauma and noted that the comedian also had slight swelling and a small bruise to the corner of his left eye.

Investigators and Saget’s family believe that he fractured his skull, possibly by hitting his head on the padded headboard pictured in the photos, or on the carpeted floor, before drifting off to sleep.

“They have concluded that he accidentally hit the back of his head on something, thought nothing of it, and went to sleep.” Saget’s family said.


More details of this story from Daily Mail:

The cache of images, released Tuesday by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, include a shot of the padded headboard above the comedian’s bed as well as his walk-in shower, bathtub, desk and minibar.

Investigators never determined exactly what killed Saget, 65, but they suggested in their final report that he likely slipped and struck his head on either the headboard or the carpeted floor in the early hours of January 9.

‘Our purpose was to locate specific places or items in the room that could have caused the trauma found on autopsy,’ their report said.

‘The countertops, tables, nightstands, and other hard furniture in the room all had sharply defined edges and corners and were thought to be unlikely due to the fact that they would have lacerated the skin,’ the report added.

 ‘The counters in the bathroom and the shower stall were ruled out for the same reason. Most of the chairs and couches were thickly upholstered and were too soft to have caused the type and extent of injury Mr. Saget suffered. ‘As mentioned earlier, most of the suite was carpeted. The headboard of the bed was lightly padded and set slightly out from the wall.

‘These are listed here as possible mechanisms of injury, but nothing was located in the room that allows for a definitive conclusion.’

Sources: The Gateway Pundit, Daily Mail, Today, Fox13