Those of more interest to me are predominately the no bodies death 'mysteries' and the wild conspiracy theories mostly invented by the media.Today is the anniversary of Harold Holt’s disappearance
He did have a horrific quad bike accident in 1998 that saw him in a coma with head injuries. Granted that's 16 years before he died but who knows? I don't think dying of a heart attack at 56 is really mysterious or suspicious. Just tragic bad luck.Rik Mayall is another off the top of my head. At his age, when a celebrity drops dead suddenly, I think we automatically default to "overdose or suicide?", sorry to say. From what I've read, it didn't appear to be either, no health issues, he was jogging and in pretty good nick for someone in his mid-50s, he just died all of a sudden
I read somewhere one of the theories was that she 'walked in' on Bobby and Chris and was so shocked she fell overboard.Natalie Wood was one of the three young stars of the iconic 1955 movie 'Rebel Without a Cause', and all three of them met with unhappy endings. James Dean died in a car accident in the year of the film's release, Sal Mineo was murdered in the 1970s and Natalie Wood drowned off Catalina Island in 1981.
Natalie Wood also met her end at the thing she was most afraid of - water. She is not the only Hollywood actress to suffer this fate. Linda Darnell reportedly was terrified of fire throughout her life which sadly lasted just 41 years. And how did Linda Darnell die? In a house fire in 1965.
Slightly off topic but Eddie Murphy was brutal here (9:05) joking about his chances of working with John Landis again (The director of the Twilight Zone Episode and Coming to America).