Brian Jones is most known for being the founder and original leader of the Rolling Stones, though he also worked with The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, and many other rock Gods.
Brian was found dead at the bottom of his swimming pool in July of 1969, and the coroner’s report declared it a “death by misadventure.”
However, theories soon began to spring up about his death, and some believed that he was murdered by a man who was doing construction work who was also the last person to see Brian alive.
Heath Ledger’s death devastated cinema fans around the world, but at first it appeared to be a cut-and-dry overdose. However, when more came out about his death, the circumstances grew murkier and murkier.
This is due in part to the fact that the person who found Heath’s body called child actress Mary-Kate Olsen before calling the authorities. Mary-Kate “refused [through her attorney, Michael C. Miller] to be interviewed by federal investigators probing the accidental drug death of her close friend Heath Ledger … [without] … immunity from prosecution,” as reported by The New York Post.
Most known for his roles in Eraserhead and Twin Peaks, Jack Nance was reportedly seen by friends at a coffee shop in California with a bruised eye in 1997.
“I told off some kid,” he said, as reported by People. “I guess I got what I deserved.”
The next day, he was found dead on the floor of his apartment after suffering blunt-force trauma to the head. Also mysteriously, his blood alcohol level was 0.24% when he died.