Published: Sun, June 30, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

‘Dog the Bounty Hunter' reveals wife's final words before her death

‘Dog the Bounty Hunter' reveals wife's final words before her death

Fans will have an opportunity to bid farewell to "Dog the Bounty Hunter" star Beth Chapman, who died this week after a battle with cancer.

"When she had an attack I didn't know anything to do but to say "in Jesus" name" and hold her and when I said "in Jesus" name" she said, "Say it again, say it more", he tearfully recalled.

Citing production sources, TMZ adds, "it will ultimately be Dog's decision on whether there's enough raw footage to end the series, and also tell Beth's story". All of her clothes, her makeup, everything [is still in place at home]. "We didn't prepare", he explained.

The reality star died aged 51 on Wednesday after losing her battle with throat cancer, with Dog, real name Duane Chapman, recalling her final moments as he spoke to reporters outside his house in Honolulu. He wrote "It's 5:32 in Hawaii, this is the time she would wake up to go hike Koko Head Mountain".

"Only today, she hiked the stairway to heaven".

Beth and Duane first rose to fame in 2003 through the show "Dog the Bounty Hunter" and later followed it up with another show titled "Dog and Beth: On the Hunt". "Well, the last step when you're dying is to accept it, and she said to me the other day, 'Honey, that last step, I ain't taking it.' So go Bethy".

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Lyssa Chapman (also known as "Baby Lyssa") said her mother's death came as a surprise.

Beth was placed in a medically-induced coma in an attempt to save her life but before that, he revealed what happened and the last conversation he'd ever have with his partner and love of his life. Her children and grandchildren, many of whom live in Hawaii have made the journey to gather at Beth's bedside. During his interview, he did make a light-hearted joke celebrating how Beth was trending on Twitter, after saying he'd likely influenced her to be just as much of a fame-hound as he proclaimed to have been since Age 4.

He told InTouch Weekly: "I have to keep faith, I am the leader of the family".

"Chemotherapy is not my bag, people".

"She thinks she is, but I am". "So for me, this is the ultimate test of faith". And it will either be taught to me or to you. Unfortunately, she succumbed to the cancer months later.

"I hope to god there is a God".

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