The official story: The apartment block janitor was in the apartment cleaning.. the glass was about 4ft by 6ft tall .. janitor swung it open to let in some fresh air, Conor ran straight through the window .. Eric arrived five minutes later.
Eric Clapton tells this tragic story in his book, "Clapton" .. He was at his apartment in NY, and as he was getting ready to walk over to Lori's apartment, to pick she and Conor up for a trip to the Zoo and out to eat, his phone rang around 11 AM.
It was Lori and she was hysterical. She told him that Conor was dead. Eric at first was in complete shock and disbelief, even asking her, "Are you sure?!" She then told him that Conor had fallen out of the window, 53 stories up, plunging to his death.
When Eric arrived, this is what he said, and I quote: .. "By talking to the police and the doctors, I established what had happened without even having to go into the room. The main sitting room had windows along one side that went from floor to ceiling, and they could be tilted open for cleaning.
There were no window guards, however, since the building was a condominium and escaped the normal building regulations. On this morning the JANITOR was cleaning the windows and had temporarily left them open.
Conor was racing about the apartment playing a game of hide-and-seek with his nanny, and while Lori was distracted by the janitor's warning her about the danger, he simply ran into the room and straight out the window. He then fell 49 floors before landing on the roof of an adjacent four-story building." -Clapton
Bullsh*t .. the windows on tower apartment blocks do not swing open .. The absence of statements from the nanny, and the alleged janitor, both of whom were allegedly on the scene, with shots of the window that was allegedly left open, and details of just where and from which face of the building, the deceased is alleged to have fallen, means the case has to remain open!
Re: Clapton's BS story re the death of his son Conor!
Postulate that the group of ppl, on the roof of the Daughters of Cincinnati building, formerly the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society library, at 122 East 58th Street, are gathered around the body of the deceased, in a place that is almost directly under the visible observation deck of the above tower!
Television and newspaper reports, in Brisbane Australia on the evening of 20 March 1991, said Eric Clapton had taken his son Conor to the Zoo in New York, the next morning's broadcast said Conor had plunged to his death, while that evening's news said EC was being held in custody, in New York, and that he had had sought legal advice.
Similar news on the evening of 11 September 2001, said that Lleyton Hewitt, who had won the US Tennis Open at Flushing Meadow in NY the day before, would be visiting the World Trade Center .. which was as of that time in Australia, less than five hours from impact!
Last edited by Martin Timothy : 12-15-2011 at 08:09 PM.