Andy Spade appeared in public wearing a bizarre mouse mask when leaving his apartment, two days after his wife's suicide. Also, he wrote and starred in Kate Spade's final marketing campaign eerily called "Where is Kate?".
Kate Spade's husband Andy Spade - the brother of actor David Spade - emerged from his home on Thursday afternoon wearing a bizarre mask of a mouse cartoon character. He snapped: "Do you know the meaning of privacy?" to the photographers as he walked by.
Spade was wearing a mask of Bernard from the 1977 Disney movie The Rescuers. The plot of the movie involves retrieving the "Devil's Eye" - the world's largest diamond - from a place called the Devil's Bayou. This is all rather appropriate considering the occult context of the suicide (read my article about Kate Spade's death here).
Note that the mouse wears a red scarf (Spade reportedly hung herself using a red scarf).
Spade was later seen returning to his apartment with his mother Judith Spade and close friend Oberon Sinclair.
While it can be argued that Andy Spade wore the mask to avoid journalists, it pretty much incited the exact opposite. Considering the sad context of Kate Spade's death, wearing a mask of a mouse smiling is extremely creepy ... especially considering the fact the occult elite loves to wear animal masks in ritualistic situations.
And there's even more strangeness surrounding Andy Spade.
"Where is Kate?" - The Final Ad Campaign
The final ad campaign of Kate Spade's brand Frances Valentine was named "Where is Kate?" and ran in February 2018. The ad was written by Andy Spade and features him playing the role of a detective following Kate Spade as she attempts to flee.
The final shot shows the detective chasing down a Frances Valentine bag as it blows away on the beach. As the sun sets, he dives toward the bag — but both the purse and Kate Spade prove elusive.
Frances Valentine deleted the "Where is Kate?" ad campaign from its website. However, it is promoted on social media
The death of Kate Spade is surrounded by lots of strange events, symbols, and "coincidences" - a signature of the occult elite.