Table of contents:
- Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962)
- Andrey Panin (1962 - 2013)
- Princess Diana (1961-1997)
- Viktor Tsoi (1962-1990)
- Jim Morrison (1943-1971)
- Elvis Presley (1935-1977)
- Bruce Lee (1940-1973)
Very often, public life for a celebrity becomes the strongest test of strength. Many people cannot bear a lot of attention from people and the press. Their private life becomes public domain.
Alas, these individuals cannot even die without the special attention of the paparazzi. For many journalists, the death of a celebrity turns into an informational occasion that needs to be developed, and even come up with oneself.
In this article we will talk about those who, even after death, were not left alone. And even to this day, documentaries are being made on this topic.
Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962)
We'll start with the most luxurious woman of the 20th century. Everyone adored her. She was under the watchful eye of photographers and journalists. The singer was found dead in her own home. She lay with the receiver in her hand. According to the official version, death occurred due to excessive use of barbiturates. But the fans did not believe in this version and circulated their own. According to rumors, the actress was killed by the Kennedy brothers, who wanted to get rid of a woman compromising their honest name. They were based on the fact that there were no characteristic symptoms of poisoning.
Andrey Panin (1962 - 2013)
The artist known to us from the popular TV series in the 90s died allegedly from falling on the balcony and hitting the floor. However, according to the testimony of neighbors, blood was everywhere, and shards of glass were also found. Although, a criminal case was never opened due to the lack of corpus delicti.
Princess Diana (1961-1997)
The most mysterious death of the 20th century is considered the death of Princess Diana in a car accident in 1997 in Paris. According to the official version, the car was traveling at high speed and crashed into the concrete support of the bridge. However, there were moments that raised doubts about the accident. The fact is that for some reason the cameras did not work at the time of the accident, alcohol was found in the driver's blood. Supporters of this version blame the royal family for Lady Dee's rigged accident.
Viktor Tsoi (1962-1990)
The soloist of the "Kino" group enjoyed such wild popularity that his death did not go unnoticed. The singer died in 1990 in the summer as a result of an accident. His car collided with a bus, and Tsoi died on the spot. His fans blame the authorities for his death, since Choi in his songs very sharply criticized the regime.
Jim Morrison (1943-1971)
The vocalist of The Doors died in 1971 of a heart attack. At that time, a version was circulated that the singer committed suicide. Fans of Morrison believed that their idol was killed by representatives of the special services. This is how they fought the hippie movement.
Elvis Presley (1935-1977)
The legendary singer of the 20th century died after drinking a double dose of a sedative. There is one very utopian idea. Allegedly, the singer faked his own death in order to retire.
Bruce Lee (1940-1973)
According to the version, the legendary actor died from a headache pill. But many of his fans claim that his murder was staged by representatives of the Chinese mafia.