Steve Irwin: Faces of Death?

An “insider” says they’re going to show the film of Steve getting struck by the bull ray. I’m torn. Steve loved nature and he understood the risks and wanted everything he did with nature to be broadcast. I’m sure it’s what he would have wanted.

But to show the graphic death of someone so many children idolized? I think it may be too traumatic for them. Then you have to talk about death with your kids, and that’s a conversation that’s best handled very carefully by the parents, not by Discovery Kids.

Ultimately, I think it’ll be up to Terri. She knew Steve best.


2 Responses to “Steve Irwin: Faces of Death?”

  1. 1 Mac
    September 6, 2006 at 4:32 am

    On Larry King, tonight, his producer and best friend said they had shown the tape to the medical examiner, but it would never be seen by the public… ever.

    Frankly, I hope he destroys the tape to keep all the freakozoids from getting their hands on it.

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