The inquest into the mysterious death of a British conspiracy theorist who died after vomiting two litres of black blood has been delayed again.
Max Spiers' body was discovered while he was on a trip to Poland for a conference.
The 39-year-old died suddenly on the sofa in the home of science fiction writer, Monika Duval, in July last year.
Father-of-two Max died after vomiting the black fluid, but Polish officials ruled he died from natural causes, even though a post-mortem was not carried out.
His inquest opened in December 2016 and was due to resume this Thursday in Maidstone, Kent.To read more, click here.