Throughout history, many actors, singers, politicians and other public figures with a great presence at the international levell have died unexpectedly as a result of overdoses, illnesses, accidents, murders and suicides. The unfortunate losses have caused an impact on society, especially those that were involved in the controversy due to the mystery that surrounded them.
Fame has led to investigate every detail of how they lived, dressed, slept and other tastes that showed their personality, down to the last dish they were able to taste in life.
Diana Spencer died on August 31, 1997, at the age of 36, in a car accident while accompanied by her partner Emad El-Din Mohamed Abdel Mena’em Fayed (Dodi Al-Fayed). Before the incident occurred under a vehicle bridge, the lovers decided to cancel the reservation they had in a luxurious restaurant in Paris due to the harassment of the paparazzi.
They were staying in the imperial suite of the hotel Ritzowned by the father of Dodi Al Fayed, and ended up having dinner at his fancy restaurant to avoid the hustle and bustle. According to information retrieved from come the joy, the ex-wife of Prince Charles dined on an omelette with mushrooms and asparagus, followed by fish sole that was accompanied with vegetable tempura.
Due to media persecution, the lovers planned to return to England the next day, however, they did not manage to leave France because during the night they died in events that to this day continue to be taken up by Internet users due to the versions that point was not an accident, but an attack.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy He was the President of the United States of America in 1961. During his brief mandate he was characterized by the prose in his speeches, but also by the scandals about alleged extramarital affairs that he would have had with different women; the most notorious romance would have been with Marilyn Monroe.
In the midst of the scandals, the president continued to appear wherever he went with his wife Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. In November 1963, the politician was on a presidential visit to Dallas and decided to stay at the Texas Hotel. Before leaving for his well-known route, he took a moment from his morning to have coffee, orange juice, two hard-boiled eggs, toast and jam for breakfast, according to the chef of the place.
After beginning his journey through the streets of Dallas, John F. Kennedy was shot in the head, allegedly orchestrated by Lee Harvey Oswald and was quickly rushed to Parkland Memorial Hospital, where he eventually died at age 46. Although the culprit was revealed, there are several theories about who really would have ended the life of the President.
Virtually everyone knows who he was. Marilyn Monroethe Hollywood star who conquered millions with her performances on the big screen, friendliness and undeniable beauty, as she managed to captivate with her blonde hair and spectacular figure to the point of being considered the female ideal of the last century, in fact she is still remembered for that aspect.
During the night of August 3, 1962, the protagonist of How to marry a millionaire he was resting in his apartment, but he felt a little bad, so he called his doctor. The next day, the actress was found lifeless on her bed, with large doses of barbiturates in her body and reports indicated that she had committed suicide.
At that time it was speculated that her death had been caused by eating spoiled or poisoned food, however, the line of investigation fell apart when her friend and press agent, Pat Newcomb testified that they had eaten spaghetti, meatballs and bread together for dinner.They also accompanied their meal with champagne.
He also commented that the famous model was very well that day and had no discomfort. Unfortunately, she died during the early hours of August 4 at the age of 36, leaving an indelible legacy in the history of cinema worldwide.
John Lennon is considered a music icon thanks to his remembered songs that led him to stardom along with the other members of the Beatles. He also ventured solo with several songs, being imagine one of the most remembered. The UK-born performer was discovering new sounds for his music when Mark Chapman took his life.
According to the information recovered by VLA, before leaving the recording studio where he was working on his wife’s new production, Yoko Onothe interpreter of let it be he would have had a corned beef sandwich as an appetizer, having planned to come home for dinner. However, this did not happen that way, because she died at the age of 40 after being shot five times by someone who claimed to be his fan.
It has been 12 years since the terrible death of Michael Jackson, who promised to return to the stage with a great show, however, did not go beyond rehearsals. The King of Pop died on June 25, 2009 inside his mansion located in Los Angeles, California. due to propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication.
Before his death, the interpreter of hits like Billie jean, Beat it, Smooth criminalamong many others, ate grilled tuna, organic salad and juice, a fairly light meal because he would be performing at rehearsals for his show. It should be remembered that it was precisely after his practice that she lost her life in his house.