Doctor Faith Fitzgerald from California University presented a new hypothesis about the cause of death of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. According to Fitzgerald, the composer did not die of typhus, as has been considered, and not from poison that, according to legend, was secretly given to him by Antonio Salieri. Mozart actually died of rheumatic fever- an illness that everyone has long forgotten about. Its symptoms include a high fever, headache, rash- all that Mozart allegedly came down with before his death.
Doctor Fitzgerald's hypothesis confirms once again: that Salieri is innocent, and that genius and evil are two things that are mutually exclusive.
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