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Paul Walker’s Death Sunglasses Worn At His Death COA 100% Authentic Team & Provenance LetterGo Back
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Still to this day, Paul Walker’s death in a tragic car accident, news about the actor continues to surface. And this is no surprise. Walker was a well-known actor with dedicated fans and was in the middle of filming Fast & Furious 7 at the time of his death. Paul Walker’s sunglasses that he wore when he died are being auctioned online by a man who found the glasses at the accident. Additionally, the auction includes a fire extinguisher that was supposedly used at the crash site.
The man claims to have been a bystander at the accident and says he found the sunglasses, but was waved off when he tried to show them to a police officer.
The owner of this lot offering was nearby and on scene for information and assistance with officers and reporters. Once the site investigation was cleared with car debris hauled away and tape taken down, a responding officer allowed him as well as others back to the public site. The only thing left was a charred ivy brush, minor residual debris, a knocked down pole and tree. As the consigner walked the scene in disbelief and grief, he found a pair of sunglasses nearby in the ivy. After showing one of the officers, he was waved off.
The sunglasses were offered to be returned to Walker’s family and there was no response or any claim made for the Sunglasses.
If you love Paul Walker you can honor him by displaying these sunglasses that Walker was wearing on the day he died — as well as a fire extinguisher that was used to try and save Walker’s life.
The seller was at the crash scene in November looking to help … but cops kept him away. He nosed around once the wreckage was cleared … and that’s when he says he found the sunglasses in the bushes, though he says he didn’t realize their significance until photos surfaced of Walker earlier in the day … wearing the same glasses. Pictured are the images from that evening.
The Fire Extinguisher was used by the many people who were at the accident site trying to help out. The Extinguisher was taken out of a near by building. After it was exhausted it was placed on the ground and left there. It was picked up and retrieved by the seller. He is seen at the crash and location. The blue service tag on the Extinguisher, matches the address of the crash site.
Note that the bandana that the glasses were wrapped in belongs to the seller. he used it to transport the glasses from the crash. He has kept them wrapped in the bandana. We left the bandana with the glasses, so if there was any dirt that came off the glasses the remnants remained on this bandana.