Stanley Meyer and the mystery of the water-powered car

Stanley Meyer

Was inventor's death murder or a cruel twist of fate?

Sat down at an Ohio Cracker Barrel restaurant with his brother and two potential investors in his revolutionary water-powered engine, Stanley Meyer took a slug of cranberry juice and immediately rose to his feet, his hands clutching his neck.

The 57-year-old inventor rushed out into the parking lot vomiting violently, collapsed to the floor and gasped: “They poisoned me.”

The day was 21 March 1998 and it took three months for the police investigation, led by detective Steve Robinette, to determine Meyer’s death was the result of a cerebral aneurysm, the toxicology test carried out by the Franklin County coroner indicating no significant results... FULL STORY