Heath Ledger’s autopsy is inconclusive

An autopsy performed this morning on Heath Ledger’s body was inconclusive. The tests needed to determine the actual cause of death will take 10-14 days. Police spokesman Paul Browne said,

“This is being looked at as a possible overdose, but that is not confirmed yet,” Browne said.

Browne later told reporters some prescription medications were found in the room, including sleeping pills. He said the pills were not “scattered around,” as had been reported.

An accidental overdose, pneumonia or was it something far more sinister? Professor Plum in the study with a candlestick? The mere mention of his name paralyzes me with fear.

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