Friday, May 23, 2014

Top 9 Mysterious Deaths of Celebrities

We have known a lot of famous and talented movie artists of all time, some were dead because of natural cause, but a lot of them were found mysteriously dead, and up to now are still unsolved and lacking of evidences to solve such case. The following are still mysterious deaths of world famous actors and actresses, wherein the circumstances of their end became suspicious up to the present.

A lot of people knew her as Alicia Silverstone's bright, scene-theft sidekick in "Clueless," but Brittany Murphy arised her career that integrated with a plum role in the "8 Mile". But things turn for Murphy, who was emerging increasingly weaker in her later years. The Los Angeles Fire Department arrived at Murphy's house on Dec. 20, 2009 and found the 32-year-old actress comatose. Murphy was marked dead after arrival at the Cedars-Sinai Medicinal Centre after her cardiac arrest. Although the initial cause of death was announced as pneumonia, a lot of people speculated that prescriptions and over-the-counter medications had to blame. But husband Simon Monjack also died just 5 months later from pneumonia. In November 2013, a recent lab report were made  upon the request of Murphy’s father recommended that maybe her daughter were poisoned, but LA County coroner has proclaimed there are no plans of reopening the case.

The boat's captain Dennis Davern claimed that he perceived the actress was fighting with Wagner on the deck. Afterwards, no one could find Wood. Davern states Wagner hinders their investigation for Wood by rejecting to turn on luminous or phone for help. Wood's body was recovered at Santa Catalina Island on Nov. 29, 1981 about a mile from the yacht. 30 years after her death, the LA County Sheriff's Department reopened on Nov. 17, 2011 the Natalie Wood case, officials asserting received convincing recent evidences regarding the accidental death of Wood being with husband Wagner and guest Mr. Walken.

Playboy Playmate Anna Nicole Smith was 26 years old, when her being rags-to-riches status change upon marrying 89-year-old wheelchair-bounce oil tycoon J. Howard Marshall. For so many years, she was a reality TV star and a tabloid sensation, but after Marshall's death, a long court battle over Marshall's legacy proved more draining and lurid than any other Hollywood script, that in September 2010, it already reaches. On Sept. 7, 2006, Smith gave birth to her daughter Dannielynn while on vacation in the Bahamas. Three days later, Daniel Smith, Anna’s 20-year-old son died in identical hospital, allegedly from a prescription medicine overdose. Soon after, a troubled Smith married long-time lawyer and friend Howard K. Stern, the listed father on daughter Dannielynn's birth certificate. Five months later, Smith was located dead from the lethal mixed drug intoxication in a Hard Rock Casino and Hotel in Florida.

Martial arts star Bruce Lee died on July 20, 1973 at the age of 32, from the result of a clear allergic reaction of a painkiller named as Equagesic. Misadventure was the report of his sudden death. He did suffer from convulsion, a month before his death, but famous urban legends insisted that Lee was killed by triads, a nuisance on his family.

The 36 year old Marilyn Monroe was found dead on Aug. 5, 1962 in her home, after reports of overdosed on barbiturates. The coroner's reported Monroe's death as suicide, but many were believed that she was murdered including the first LAPD officer. Skeptics told there was no mark of drugs in Monroe's stomach and she was also covered in bruises, including a huge one on her hip. At the period of her death, Monroe was knotted in a relationship with John F. Kennedy, and his brother Robert.

George Reeves became Superman on TV on 1951. It was the massive role in his career and the one that sank it too. Reeves could never run off the shadow of performing Superman and on June 16, 1959, he allegedly killed himself because of despair over his career. While the official reason of death is suicide, Reeves was located lying nude on his bed face up, with a pistol between his feet on the ground, a lot of people believe that he was a victim of an unintentional murder or shooting. But his former girlfriend Toni Mannix, confessed to LA publicist Edward Lozzi, regarding her confessions to a priest about her being responsible for killing Reeve’s because he broke up with her. Brandon Lee

Brandon Lee died after being blasted by actor Michael Massee on March 31, 1993, in the set of his movie, "The Crow." The deadly wound, which hit Lee's abdomen, was fired up from a revolver that was quickly arrange with rudely constructed replica rounds and utilizes without support from the movie hired weapons controller. The death was reported accidental and filed no charges.

The comedy world lost one of its finest comic and entertainer in 1984. Known for his being a toy with audience's emotions and performing complex stunts, Andy Kaufman and his death were bordered by secrecy as the 35-year-old star passed away from unnamed disease. Kaufman states that if he will forge his own death, he will come back after 20 years and that would have been in 2004.

The occurrence of multiple anti-anxiety medicines and the general anaesthetic Propofol in Jackson's scheme presses a murder examination into the pop icon's on June 25, 2009. While some states that Jackson was greatly addicted to the pain medications, a court sentence Jackson's personal physician, Conrad Murray, of involuntary homicide on Nov. 7, 2011, for giving such lethal dose.