MYSTERIOUS DEATHS OF CELEBRITIES

 

MATTHEW RICHTER

KURT COBAIN' MYSTERIOUS DEATH

Just days before Kurt Cobain's body was discovered on April 8, 1994, Courtney Love hired private investigator Tom Grant to locate him. In The Mysterious Death of Kurt Cobain Tom Grant takes readers behind the scenes of the investigation. Here, you can read a day by day account of Grant's investigation and learn about the evidence for murder regarding Kurt Cobain's death. There are many new details contained in The Mysterious Death of Kurt Cobain, including new transcripts of recorded telephone conversations with Courtney Love and others, as well as an updated list of "persons of interest" in the crime. In this book, you will get a clear picture of 1) Why Kurt Cobain was killed and 2) Who is responsible for his death. The book also contains a compelling account of Tom Grant's struggles to blow the whistle on the botched investigation into Cobain's death. Did Kurt Cobain really commit suicide? Or was he murdered? You won't be able to honestly answer that question until you read The Mysterious Death of Kurt Cobain.

 

INTERVIEW WITH MATT RICHTER

 

 

 

DR CAROL CHASKI

KURT COBAIN'S SUICIDE NOTE ANALYST

Carole Chaski is a renowned forensic linguist and Executive Director of the Institute for Linguistic Evidence, a non-profit research organization devoted to research and development in linguistic evidence. She was asked to analyse Cobain’s suicide note. Viewers watched her describe the ‘linguistically interesting’ aspects of the final lines of the note and how they appeared to be from a ‘stereotypical suicide note’ in comparison to the rest of the note. What the creators of Soaked in Bleach failed to mention however was that Chaski agreed with the official suicide verdict. When asked her opinion on the film and her involvement in it she stated, “What I did say is that the note had typical variation of real suicide notes with the top half being one kind of suicide note and the bottom one being another  (more stereotypically-conceived) kind, both real suicide notes. My results do not support the conspiracy theory that Courtney Love authored the bottom portion to make it look like a suicide note

 

OCT 9/2017 INTERVIEW

 

MURDER OF MARILYN MONROE - CASE CLOSED

JAY MARGOLIS & RICHARD BUSKIN

 

INTERVIEW MARCH 15/2015

 

Since Marilyn Monroe died among suspicious circumstances on the night of August 4, 1962, there have been queries and theories, allegations and investigations, but no definitive evidence about precisely what happened and who was involved . . . until now. In The Murder of Marilyn Monroe: Case Closed, renowned MM expert Jay Margolis and New York Times bestselling author Richard Buskin finally lay to rest more than fifty years of wild speculation and misguided assertions by actually naming, for the first time, the screen goddess’s killer while utilizing the testimony of eye-witnesses to exactly what took place inside her house on Fifth Helena Drive in Los Angeles’ Brentwood neighborhood.

 

 

MARILYN MONROE DECLASSIFIED

PAUL DAVIDS

 

INTERVIEW DECEMBER 20/2016

"Marilyn Monroe Declassified" is a feature documentary by director Paul Davids about Marilyn Monroe's life and career and her untimely, mysterious death in 1962 at age 36. Perhaps the most groundbreaking aspect of this film: Declassified FBI and CIA documents have helped the director unravel the puzzle of her demise, which was officially ruled a "probable suicide." Many people with first-hand knowledge at the time of her death did not agree with "probable suicide," and information about her affair with President Kennedy and close association with his brother, Robert, came out later. Two policemen and eventually two chiefs of police of Los Angeles (Darryl Gates and Tom Reddin) and Mayor Yorty all made statements that began to unravel a murder cover-up, and declassified FBI files (plus Chief Tom Reddin's statement) pointed to some involvement by Attorney General Robert Kennedy.

 

 

WHO MURDERED ELVIS

STEVE UBANEY

 

INTERVIEW SEPT 10/2018

 

It's time to revisit 1977 and Elvis Presley's final days in a way that no one else ever has. Grab your thinking cap and join author Steve Ubaney in volume I of his five volume "Who Murdered?" book series, as he probes every part of Presley's mysterious death, FBI involvement, and the sinister forces at work during the final days of his career. We have been told all the lies for decades, now it's time to answer some very pointed questions. Why has history ignored the 1990 television interview where Elvis' doctor not only claimed that Elvis was murdered but named the murderer? (This Current Affair interview still exists on youtube but no one speaks of it.) Why did the City of Memphis, and the Shelby County District Attorney, ignore the evidence of foul play? Why were the first words out of Vernon Presley's mouth, upon learning of his son's death, "my God, they've murdered my son!?

 

 

 

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