Alaskan Bush People's Billy Brown gave chilling warning on camera just days before his sudden death from seizure at 68

ALASKAN Bush People star Billy Brown gave a chilling warning on camera just days before his sudden death from a seizure at 68 years old.

He acknowledged: "God has blessed me so much, but I won't be around forever."

Billy went on to discuss his hopes for after his death, saying: "To me, the most important thing is to make sure that the family core would go on.

"This is an important time.

"The ranch will go on forever as long as it's set up right. The ranch must keep growing."

The Brown family patriarch tragically died in February. He suffered a fatal seizure inside the family's Washington home.

Footage from the incident features members of the family shouting: "Wake up dad!"

Family members and crew working on Alaskan Bush People were on the scene when the seizure occurred.

As The Sun previously reported, CPR was performed unsuccessfully.

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Family members gushed about Billy, discussing their loss in the latest episode of the show.

Daughter Snowbird Brown opened up about the challenge of living without her father.

She said in the episode: "It's really hard to think about life without dad.

"Dad has always been my hero and he always will be."

Rain Brown shared a similar sentiment.

She said of her late father: "Dad was my guardian angel. No matter what happened, he would always be there."

Both daughters cried as they spoke about Billy.


In September, Billy's son Joshua "Bam Bam" Brown shared a rare selfie on Instagram, along with a message of gratitude for fans.

The 34-year-old wrote: "When I was a kid, my Mom and Dad taught me that this world can be a dark place, and that it's our job to shine light wherever we can.

Snowbird, 26, and Rain, 18, aren't the only Brown children to speak out following Billy's death.

"They taught me that when it's hard, when you want to fall to the ground and cry, when everything in you says give up, that is when you must keep going, when you must have courage and faith."

He went on to say: "Da never cared about money or fame. What he did care about was family, faith and freedom.

"Da once said that if our show made just one person smile, and brought light into just one persons' life, even for just a moment, then it was worth all of it.

"To all the honorary members of The Wolf Pack, Thank you. Thank you for being a part of our family, and letting us be. apart of yours. Thank you for your prayers, support and the love you have all shown for my family. Never give up. Never surrender."

Fans continued their shows of support in the comments.

One commented: "This world definitely needs more people like Billy Brown in it. A candle on a hill cannot be hidden. Keep his light shining!"

Another fan wrote: "Stay strong Bam Bam. Your da taught you all to be strong. So incredibly sorry for the loss of Billy. Sadly missed."


Billy's widow, Ami Brown, revealed his last words during the Discovery Channel show's latest season.

Per her account: "His life was ending. He said, 'I love you.'"

She cried as she recounted the heartbreaking moment.

Ami, 58, and Billy's son Bear Brown was also featured in the clip.

He said of his father: "He was my best friend, my mentor, my hero."

The Sun previously shared an exclusive report back in February that included a series of 911 calls made by Alaskan Bush People crew members seeking help from emergency services to Billy's home address.

In one of the calls, a female crew member could be heard telling the 911 operator: "Hi, I have someone not breathing. I need an ambulance like, as soon as possible."

Billy died at the $1.6 million property the Brown family owns on Palmer Mountain. The property, which spans 436 acres, was purchased in 2018.

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