Did Paul Walker Know He Was Going to Die? Heartbroken Father Makes Stunning Revelations While Talking About Fast & Furious Actor’s Death

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

Paul Walker Senior tried controlling his tears in vain as he talked about his son's tragic death in a car accident on Saturday, Nov 30.

RELATED: Did Paul Walker commit suicide?

Actor Paul Walker's father was talking to CBS Los Angeles as he said that his son had a big heart. He remembered that he had expressed his love for his son every time they met, and his son would do the same in return. That is what makes him extremely glad even at this time of tragedy. He informed that the friends had joined the family to mourn together, saying that nothing could be more helpful than friends during these moments.

Mr Walker also informed that the Fast and Furious actor had expressed his desire to him about taking a break from show business so that he could spend more quality time with his daughter Meadow, 15. The actor told him that he wanted to make most of the time he had at that time as he felt that he might not get a lot of chance to be with his daughter in future.

This has to be a stunning revelation as it is unclear why the actor thought that he had not much time to spend with his daughter. Is it is because he thought that his daughter was growing up so fast that she would soon have a world of her own and her father might not be able to share significant amount of time with her? Or is it because he had a premonition that his time was counted? Mr Walker might not have realised what he revealed during his emotional outburst.

This may not be an independent incident as the leaked footage from Fast and Furious 7 shows Han's funeral where Roman Pearce says, "No more funerals". In reply, O'Conner (played by Walker) says, "Just one more". The creepy co-incidence may have indicated about Walker's own funeral which is already under a lot of controversy [Read here].

There was only one person who could have explained it to us. May that person rest in peace!

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