He was born in 1925 in Warsaw. He was an actor, composer and journalist, as well as a soldier of the Home Army. He starred in films and was suspected of collaborating with the Security Service. He underwent psychiatric treatment, and in 1976 he jumped from the eighth floor of a skyscraper.
When he was called a “securition snitch”, his friends moved away from him. Adam Pawlikowski was sent to a psychiatric hospital
Pawlikowski was a Home Army soldier, then he was sent to Oflag VII A Murnau, and then to the II Polish Corps in Italy. He studied medicine, but interrupted his studies because he returned to Poland, where he began studies in musicology. He testified as a witness in the trial of Janusz Szpotański, the author of the satirical opera “Cisi gagacze”, which led to him being suspected of collaborating with the Security Service. His friends moved away from him, and when they met him on the street, they crossed to the other side. “These facts reached Free Europe and the whole of Poland learned that Adam Pawlikowski is a secret police snitch” – “The Slayer of Loot” by Jerzy Karaszkiewicz. After these events, Adam Pawlikowski ended up in a psychiatric hospital.
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He jumped from the window of a skyscraper. Years later it turned out that he was innocent
Adam Pawlikowski was known for many romances. He was associated with the model and Teresa Tuszyńska. — He was also very much in love with Teresa and very jealous. She was constantly watched over by Maria Tusińska, Teresa’s sister-in-law. To spite her partner, the actress married his best friend. According to her, if Pawlikowski does not propose, the relationship has no future. On January 17, 1976, Adam Pawlikowski jumped from the window of a skyscraper on Nowogrodzka Street. After the actor’s death and the declassification of the files, it turned out that he had not reported to the Security Service, and his testimony against Szpotański was of little importance.
If you are experiencing difficulties and are thinking about taking your own life or want to help someone at risk of suicide, remember that you can use the free help numbers:
- Support Center for Adults in Mental Crisis: 800-70-2222
- Helpline for Children and Youth: 116 111
- Emotional support phone number for adults: 116 123
Below you will find more information on how to help yourself or others, as well as contacts to organizations helping people in crisis and their loved ones. If suicidal thoughts or a suicide attempt are life-threatening, for immediate crisis intervention, call the police on 112 or go to the emergency department of your local psychiatric hospital.
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