Annie Thank you for visiting Robin Williams today. To answer your question, Robin had terminal Lewy body dementia and Parkinson's disease at the end of his life, and while it's not known for a fact, it's now widely believed that terrifying hallucinations he suffered as a result of his illnesses were most likely what drove him to suicide. As sad as I still am about the latter, I can't fault him for it as he was too ill to work or do much for others anymore and likely wouldn't have survived more than another three years due to LBD's rapid progression.
RE: Hi Oh yes I did get ur message. Sorry 4 not replying earlier but I've been busy with things.
Sadly, I'm 1 of those ppl who became his fans just after his passing. Of course I knew who he was & had listened to "Thriller" when I was very young but then there was no following him 4rm my side. The only news about MJ I was hearing were the same old tabloid lies which I thought were true @ that time. Yet, I'm grateful 2 God 4 giving me the sight 2 c him in a positive light even though it's a painful thought that it only happened after his death. 2day, u can count me as 1 of his biggest advocates. Nice 2 meet all sorts of fans on the internet. I have found some of the nicest ppl thru Michael.
RE: U Luv Michael So Much Thanks a lot Annie 4 taking time out 2 reply 2 my message. I didn't know u were a long time admirer of Michael. I can only imagine the grief u must've felt on his passing. It's always nice 2 know the way he was adored by literally millions of ppl during his life time. I know Michael can feel ur luv in heaven. I'm 34 yrs old :)