Suzanne Somers’ Husband Made A Spine-Chilling Confession After His Wife’s Death

Feb 01, 2024 by apost team

Suzanne Somers was an American actress, author and businesswoman who left an indelible mark on the entertainment industry. Her life story is one of resilience, determination, and triumph over adversity. From her early struggles to her rise to stardom, Suzanne’s journey is a testament to the power of hard work and perseverance. However, there’s no doubt her star will continue to shine as brightly as her famous smile.

Suzanne’s journey in the entertainment industry began in the late 1960s when she moved to California. She first worked as a model, appeared in small television roles, and even had a brief stint as a prize model on the game show “Anniversary Game.” Her career reached new heights when she was cast as Chrissy Snow in the popular television series “Three’s Company” in 1977. Her portrayal of the lovable, somewhat naïve blonde character made her a household name and catapulted her to stardom. Her comedic timing and charm endeared her to audiences, and the show’s success contributed significantly to her career.

While “Three’s Company” brought Suzanne fame and fortune, her life has also seen her face personal challenges, including her health. She was diagnosed with breast cancer and even underwent extensive surgery to remove the tumor, among many other rigorous treatments and therapy. She also suffered various health problems, including injuries and a neurological disorder. 

Sadly, in 2023, she passed away a day shy of her 77th birthday. Her surviving husband, Alan Hamel, makes a spine-chilling confession about the “very strange” things that happened after she passed away. Read on to learn more about Somers and what her husband experienced after. 

Suzanne Somers (1982), (Harry Langdon/Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images)

In April 2000, tragedy struck for Somers as she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had a lumpectomy, a surgical procedure to remove a lump on the breast, in order to remove her cancer that was followed by rounds of radiation therapy. However, Suzanne opted to forgo chemotherapy despite her doctor’s suggestions. Instead, she used a fermented mistletoe extract called Iscador. After undergoing several treatments and surgeries, Somers revealed in 2007 that she was cancer-free and was undergoing hormone treatment. 

While Suzanne was beloved by many for her appearances in film and television, her statements about various medical subjects made her a polarizing and controversial figure.

As Somers suffered a lot when it came to her physical health, she became interested in the health and wellness industry. In 2018, she fractured her hip when she jumped out of a private tram to her house. Around 2021, Somers was diagnosed with hydrocephalus, but unlike some celebrities who were similarly diagnosed with the same common neurological condition, she was never given a shunt. 

Many were shocked in July 2023 when Somers revealed that her breast cancer returned. 

“It’s a recurrence of my breast cancer. Like any cancer patient, when you get that’s dreaded, ‘It’s back,’ you get a pit in your stomach. Then I put on my battle gear and go to war. This is familiar battleground for me and I’m very tough,” she told NBC News in a statement. 

On Oct. 15, 2023, People Magazine confirmed that Somers passed away after her breast cancer spread to her brain. It was also listed in her death certificate, obtained by The Blast, that her hypertension and hydrocephalus were seen as contributors to her deteriorating health.

Suzanne Somers (2020), (Paul Archuleta/Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images)

Somers was survived by her two step-kids, her son, Bruce Somers Jr, and her loving husband, Hamel. 

In January 2024, Somers’ husband of more than four decades, Hamel, revealed to Page Six that he has been experiencing some “very strange” things in his home after his wife passed away in 2023. 

“Three things happened. The same day, that were very strange,” he recalled. First, “a hummingbird flew into our house and made the rounds in the kitchen, and the living room and the dining room.”

The said bird “hovered” in front of a framed photo of him and his wife, and it “landed on top and stayed there.” 

At that same time, Hamel was spooked when “the fireplace started all by itself,” and “some music came on by Suzanne’s favorite composer,” which he said he had never heard of happening before. 

Just as he was lying on the bed by himself, Hamel told the outlet that he felt that his wife was “laying[sic] beside” him. 

“I’m a believer now that there is an afterlife,” he went on. “I’m convinced of it. … I think there’s something we don’t understand. I think there’s a plane somewhere. … after we discard our bodies. We still have our soul. I think our soul is energy. The soul must go somewhere and do something,” he added. 

According to Hamel, his grandchildren also experienced similar things. Amid all things, Hamel has one hope: “I hope it’s all true. It certainly makes the grieving process a lot easier,” and, “If it is, we’ll be reunited.”

Suzanne Somers, Alan Hamel (2016), (Gregg DeGuire/WireImage via Getty Images)

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