The first time I read the novel, I had no doubt that Erik died, just as the newspaper ad said. On reading it the second time, I can't help but think that he wouldn't at all be above faking his own death and moving on. --- Empy
People ask if the phantom dies. I say no becaue if you watch the movie he leaves a rose on christines grave. watch and youll know what i mean
You never know with a man like him. He was a genuis; however, they did find his skeleton.
They found A skeleton assumed to be his. With Erik, I wouldn't be at all surprised if he slipped the gold ring onto another hand and either buried it in his place or had it buried as him. ---Empy
"I am dying...of love!" "No one could have doubted the weeping Erik that night" "It's over now, the music of the night!"
i think ththe died 'cause he said it was over tht the music of the night wasover!