Was Albert Camus Killed By The KGB?

Two years after winning the Nobel prize for literature, French author and existentialism proponent Albert Camus was killed in a car accident. The 1960 death cut short one of philosophy and literature’s greatest contributors and personally one of my favorite authors.

Flavorwire alerts us to an article in The Guardian, which hints the author’s death could have been caused by the KGB. Probably not true, but it sounds totally plausible, so we’ll run with it.

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