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Exploiting A Tragedy: Horrifying Photos Of Paul Walker's Corpse Offered Up For Sale

Horrifying Photos Of Paul Walker's Corpse Offered Up For Sale

Dec. 18 2013, Published 6:11 a.m. ET

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Just days after Paul Walker's family finally laid him to rest comes still more disturbing news about the crash that killed the Fast and Furious star: According to a report in Globe magazine, someone who was at the accident scene is trying to sell photos of Walker's disfigured corpse!

"The image is truly horrifying," a source who saw the photo tells Globe. "The picture … shows the bodies of the two victims Walker and friend Roger Rodas -- and makes sure you can't miss them by outlining the corpses in color!"

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"It shows the inside of the Porsche after it was ravaged by fire," the source claims. "The bodies are severely burned and can be clearly seen lying inside the vehicle. Walker's body is still fairly intact. He has fallen backwards and his arms are spread apart. He is completely burned. No more clothes on his body."

The driver, Rodas, meanwhile, is "badly burned" as well, the source says. "Just his upper body can be seen."

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When firefighters arrived on the scene, they spread a blanket over parts of the wreck where the corpses were trapped.

Says the source, "It's outrageous to think that the Walker or Rodas family could be surfing the internet and click on these pictures and see their relatives like this."

For more on the macabre death picture and other photo controversies surrounding Walker's death, pick up the latest issue of Globe, on stands Friday!



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