Hours after the local Las Vegas news media finally took its first baby steps toward investigating the events surrounding the unexplained death of local headliner Danny Gans at 52, the national news media has followed TabloidBaby.com's lead in trying to find answers to the mystery.
Radar Online, the Internet arm of The National Enquirer, weighs in this afternoon with an exclusive report that's bound to be the first of many:
EXCLUSIVE: Danny Gans Autopsy “Inconclusive”"Danny Gans, the renowned Las Vegas showman, died suddenly in his sleep on May 1 and the cause of the 52-year old’s death was unknown though he reportedly had trouble breathing. A family member told RadarOnline.com exclusively that the mystery surrounding Gans’ death continues after the autopsy was deemed 'inconclusive.'
“'Danny had high blood pressure along with a history of heart disease in his family,' the source added. The coroner’s office declined to comment when contacted. The autopsy report is expected to be released in the coming week after the toxicology tests are completed..."
This afternoon, Tabloid Baby editor Burt Kearns supported the competition enthusiastically. "We're glad the Radar and Enquirer team is on the case," he said. "We knew our colleagues and mates would get on board this story once they saw what we were up against."
The Radar Online report follows a column by Hollywood columnist Ray Richmond, supporting Tabloid Baby's exclusive reportage on the case in the face of attacks and threats from members of the Las Vegas news media.
"It's ironic," Kearns added. "The same folks who've been trying to stop us from getting to the bottom of the Danny Gans case are bound to be the same ones who'll be selling their stories and information behind the scenes."