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Jonathan Grant Thompson (November 21, 1980 – July 29, 2019 [aged 38]), better known online as The King of Random, was a Canadian-born American YouTuber known across the Internet as by this identification. He uploaded videos of experiments, life hacks and random weekend projects. His YouTube…



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Jonathan Grant Thompson (November 21, 1980 – July 29, 2019 [aged 38]), better known online as The King of Random, was a Canadian-born American YouTuber known across the Internet as by this identification. He uploaded videos of experiments, life hacks and random weekend projects. His YouTube channel has over 11.3 million subscribers and 2.3 billion video views, making it the 321st most subscribed channel on YouTube.

His most viewed video titled “How To Make LEGO Gummy Candy!” was uploaded on May 25, 2015, and shows users how to make edible LEGO bricks with Jell-O.

In 2018, Grant took a step back from headlining the channel, his former co-host, Nate, stepped up to run the channel as to allow Grant to spend more time with [his] family, and to do more work behind the scenes. October 25, 2018, saw the debut of a female co-host by the name of Calli.

On July 29, 2019, Thompson passed away due to a paramotoring acc >[1] [2]

On January 2018 Grant was charged with possession of an explosive device. The Police were alerted by a concerned member of the public in June who claimed that he was making dry ice bombs in his garden in South Jordan, Utah, and subsequently posting videos of their creation.

On August 27, 2017, officers were forced to respond to an explosion at Thompson’s home, where he explained that he “had a YouTube channel where he films science experiments, including explosions,” according to KSL.com. He further explained that a friend had “left him with a bag of unknown powder substance”, which he assumed was a firework that had been taken apart.

Along with 20-year-old Timothy Burgess, he allegedly decided to light the powder – initially in small batches before deciding to ignite a bigger pile. According to the charge, this explosion sent “sent small flaming particles into the air, some of which embedded into Burgess’ leg and arm after burning off some of his hair.” The responding firefighters claimed to have head the blast five minutes at their station 350 yards away before they were officially dispatched, it’s reported.

Thompson was then charged on the following Tuesday with two counts of possessing an explosive device, and Burgess was charged with one count.

On July 29, 2019, Grant passed away due to a paramotoring acc >[3]

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King of random arrested

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