Paul Walker's Bloody Deformed Morgue Photo Goes Viral Online [WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGE]

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By Sounak Mukhopadhyay | December 3, 2013 10:58 AM EST

A couple of gory images of the bloody deformed face of actor Paul Walker have gone viral online. The photos are extremely explicit as they show the actor's face almost divided in two pieces.

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Walker's face has apparently been cut deep by a sharp object in the photo. There is an extremely deep injury right from his forehead to his lips. One of the images shows a lot of blood on his face, while the other gives a cleaner face, apparently cleaned with medicated liquids. The injury on Walker's face is so deep that it exposes the bone and the teeth. The injury, which definitely looks fatal, may have caused his death.

On the other hand, the coroner has delayed the autopsy of Walker's body as it is reportedly burnt so much that it has become unidentifiable. The dental records have to be checked to make sure that it was Walker's body. Both Walker and his friend Roger Rodas were killed in the accident on Saturday, Nov 30. Both their bodies are unidentifiable to the Los Angeles county coroner, TMZ reports.

Now there is a strong contradiction between the apparent leaked morgue images of the actor and the coroner's claim that his body is still unidentifiable. If Walker's body is so much unidentifiable, how is it possible that so-called leaked morgue image is striking similar to Walker's face? If the similarity is absolutely visible to common people on the net, how is it possible that a medical person misses it?

The other possibility remains that the disturbing images which have gone viral online may not be real. If the coroner's claims are to be believed, Walker's face cannot be so much clearly identifiable in spite of the extreme injury as shown in the images. This can be another hoax related to Walker's death.

Earlier, Walker's daughter, Meadow, posted on her Facebook profile that her father was her hero and would always remain so. Now, TMZ claims that the Facebook profile of Meadow Walker is fake as she does not have an account on Facebook.

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