Queen Icon Nearly Died After Freddie Mercury Got AIDS


Queen guitarist Brian May revealed that he once had a life threatening situation where the city of Tucson saved him. Queen already suffered a tragedy in November 1991 with the death of Freddie Mercury from AIDS. Brian May made a sad murder revelation yesterday.

“Well, so many people saw tiny skulls on my last post. I did, too. But nobody said ‘SAGUARO’ ! That what this is. A Saguaro Cactus. And today, I spent an inspiring morning in a beautiful forest of these wonderful organisms near Tucson, Arizona. #Beauty !!! #saguaro #sabinocanyon. Love it. This is a spiritual place for me. Tucson once saved my life. But that’s another story. #nature #cactus #PhoenixShowTonight !!! swipe between parallel 3-D view and cross-eyed. Yay ! Bri.”

In his previous post, May had written, “Good morning folks ! It’s a good morning for me. So here’s close-up of … you know what ? Parallel first, and swipe for cross-eyed view. Enjoy the prickles ! More to come ..”

Brian May unloaded on terrible Freddie Mercury fan insults a couple of days ago. He also wrote, “Call me crazy, but I always see the spirits of Indian chiefs in the mountains surrounding Tucson, Arizona. I love them. They give me a feeling of Peace. Some years ago, inspired by the book ‘Bury my Heart at Wounded Knee’, me and my friend Dirk went on a pilgrimage to try to understand the real story of Native Americans.

It was an inspiring journey, making us some great friends in the community, and leaving us with an amazing story in our heads, which we dreamed of telling some day on film. The monumental success of our Freddie movie may just have opened the door to being able to make that dream a reality. We shall see. But in the meantime, whenever I am here, I see those images in my mind, and feel close to the ancient Great Spirit of America. I’m grateful.”