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135,907.  We were called to the Casualty.  We were confronted by someone who had been brought in by ambulance.  He was not breathing.  We pumped his chest to try to do cardiac massage resuscitation but there was no response at all.  We tried to turn him over but he was very stiff.  And I think the rigor mortis had already settled in.  I couldn’t believe the amount of fluid that was in his lungs and in his pharynx.  Couldn’t believe it.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  Hendrix & the Spook, Dr John Banister, St Mary Abbot’s Hospital 1970, BBC 2020  

 

135,908.  At 12:45pm on September 18th 1970 Jimi Hendrix was pronounced dead.  The guitar legend was only 27.  The post mortem shows he died by choking on his own vomit while under the effect of sleeping pills.  But a troubling question remains: with so much win in his body, why was there hardly in his blood.  The Inquest declares his death suspicious, but who would want to harm Jimi Hendrix?  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.          

 

135,909.  He is drained and depressed, and suffering from a chronic lack of sleep.  He is using barbiturates to rest and amphetamines to remover.  Jimi needs to rest and recover but he doesn’t like being alone.  So he takes comfort in the company of fans.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.   

 

135,910.  17 September 1970: ‘I thought he looked awful.  His hair seemed to be a mess and broken off.  Tired and not himself.’  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  Kathy Etchingham, Jimi’s ex-girlfriend  

 

135,911.  As he would later do with Jimi Hendrix, [Michael] Jefferey exposed The Animals for all they were worth … Jefferey was ripping them off … Jefferey and Chandler … take him [Hendrix] to London to launch his career … Jefferey signs Jimi to an exclusive four-year management deal that gives him 40% of Jimi’s gross performance earnings.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.   

 

135,912.  The quantity of sleeping pills suggests a worrying possibility: did Jimi take his own life?  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  

 

135,913.  In 1968 Jimi spends a quarter of a million dollars on recording studios … but the project goes way over budget.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.   

 

135,914.  There comes a point when it’s too much, you know.  And it’s non-stop.  There’s no let up.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  Trixi Sullivan de Linick, PA to Mike Jefferey    

 

135,915.  The Jimi Hendrix Experience breaks up.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.    

 

135,916.  Unlike other artists of his generation, Jimi didn’t write protest songs.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.    

 

135,917.  The studios are in Mob-controlled territory, so he [Jefferey] goes to them for a loan.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.    

 

135,918.  He [Jimi] was kidnapped by the Mob … With Jimi refusing to go on the road, relations between him and Jefferey are at rock bottom.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.    

 

135,919.  Their contract expires in three months’ time on December 1st 1970.  In debt to the Mob, the IRS and the record company, Jefferey really can’t afford for Jimi to leave him.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.            

 

135,920.  Monika’s fantasies about he relationship with Jimi are of much less concern than her many discrepancies in her various accounts of his last hours.  In the years following Jimi’s death, these differences begin to trouble Kathy Etchingham.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.            

 

135,921.  ‘Did Jimi have a proper Inquest?  It just didn’t add up.  The whole story was bizarre … It’s what I’d do for any friend.’  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  Kathy            

 

135,922.  Monika’s apartment was never forensically analysed.  The only clue that remains is the condition Jimi was found in.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.             

 

135,923.  This shows that Jimi died very soon after the wine entered his body.  It had no time to be absorbed into his blood stream.  Who would do that to Jimi, and why?  Rumours that have been persistent since his death point to one suspect: his manager, Mike Jeffrey.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  Tappy

 

135,924.  ‘Mike was quite clever: his got Jimi to sign an insurance policy for him also.  Jimi Hendrix was worth two million to Jeffreys dead … It was kill or be killed.’  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  Tappy  

 

135,925.  ‘If Jimi died, Mike Jeffereys gets the lot … in the ballpark of around $30,000,000.’  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  investigator

 

135,926.  Much of Jimi’s last day was spent at the receiving end of Monika’s jealousy.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  

 

135,927.  ‘These tablets were exceptionally strong … And each one was a double dose … He must have drunk red wine at the party.’  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  Kathy    

 

135,928.  Jimi may have died around 5am when Monika was trying to track down his doctor.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.    

 

135,929.  ‘She panicked.  Young girl, world’s most famous musician, dead.’  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  Kathy        

 

135,930.  At 11.18am they finally call the ambulance.  Then they leave the apartment.  Although he died long before that, at 12.45 Jimi is officially pronounced dead.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.    

 

135,931.  ‘She [Monika] was an obsessed fan.  A stalked.’  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  Kathy     

 

135,932.  When no-one question’s Monika’s wildly different statements about the circumstances of Jimi’s death, she boldly begins to rewrite history.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.   

 

135,933.  ‘I knew she was a complete fraud.’  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  Kathy      

 

135,934.  Kathy’s request to reopen the Inquest into his death is denied.  It is not thought to be in the public interest.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.    

 

135,935.  Monika takes her own life.  He body is found in her fuel-filled car in her garage.  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  

 

135,936.  ‘Remarkable.  She chooses take her life rather than give evidence or speak about what happened that night in a court under oath.’  (Jimi Hendrix & Celebrity & Rock n Roll)  ibid.  Kathy  

 

 

136,196.  Thomas Edward Lawrence: The brilliant British army officer depicted in these exhilarating moments from the movie classic Lawrence of Arabia.  He is seen as a military visionary who led an Arab uprising and changed the world for ever.  But Lawrence is one of the most enigmatic figures of the 20th century.  Was he a man simply running from his past?  A man tormented by doubts about his identity.  How much was Lawrence driven by escapist fantasy?  His journey took him into the heart of the Middle East, transformed by monumental forces.  A lifetime of guilt was Lawrence’s reward.  This is the story of the real Lawrence of Arabia.  (Arabia & Celebrity & Fame & Star & Biography & Adventure)  Lawrence of Arabia: Britain’s Great Adventurer, Channel 5 2020

 

136,197.  Lawrence of Arabia is the man famous man in England.  He counts kings among his friends.  His name sells newspapers in their thousands.  But the most famous man in England may well be the unhappiest.  T E Lawrence is running for his life … [from] the fame that is killing him.  (Arabia & Celebrity & Fame & Star & Biography & Adventure)  ibid.  

 

136,198.  ‘Lawrence did seem to have a high threshhold of pain.’  (Arabia & Celebrity & Fame & Star & Biography & Adventure)  ibid.    

 

136,199.  Having survived his Syrian experience, he returns to Oxford where in 1910 his research brings his a first class degree and a chance to return to the desert he loves.  (Arabia & Celebrity & Fame & Star & Biography & Adventure)  ibid.   

 

136,200.  Lawrence reports back that the revolt needs guns, money and support.  It also requires an Arab leader worth the British investing in.  (Arabia & Celebrity & Fame & Star & Biography & Adventure)  ibid.        

 

136,201.  Lawrence is harbouring a secret: knowledge of a confidential British/French understanding that breaks their promise of a kingdom for the Arabs.  (Arabia & Celebrity & Fame & Star & Biography & Adventure)  ibid.          

 

136,202.  Deep down he feels he is to blame … Camelot with camels has crumbled before his eyes: he is full of regret and remorse.  (Arabia & Celebrity & Fame & Star & Biography & Adventure)  (Arabia & Celebrity & Fame & Star & Biography & Adventure)  ibid.          

 

 

136,501.  ‘Before Elvis there was nothing.’  (Pop Music & Rock n Roll & Celebrity & Star & Fame)  Elvis: The Man that Rocked the World, Channel 5 2020, Lennon

 

136,502.  He was the man who started it all and nearly 45 years after he left us he’s still the one true king of rock n roll.  Much more than an uncontrollable pelvis and smoldering good looks he became an icon of the 20th century.  And tonight we’re going to count down the Top 30 moments that made up his amazing life.  (Pop Music & Rock n Roll & Celebrity & Star & Fame)  ibid.  

 

136,503.  January 8th 1935: Elvis Aaron Presley entered the world.  (Pop Music & Rock n Roll & Celebrity & Star & Fame)  ibid.  

 

136,504.  Memphis was then home to one of the biggest jazz and blues music scene in the US.  (Pop Music & Rock n Roll & Celebrity & Star & Fame)  ibid.  

 

136,505.  Elvis had the family he had always yearned for, but for Priscilla the dream was turning sour.  (Pop Music & Rock n Roll & Celebrity & Star & Fame)  ibid.      

    

136,506.  Ed Sullivan had earlier refused to have Elvis on his show but as he was now the biggest star in the country he had no choice.  (Pop Music & Rock n Roll & Celebrity & Star & Fame)  ibid.      

 

136,508.  All Shook Up was to be the first of his twenty-one top stops, even more than a young group from Liverpool.  (Pop Music & Rock n Roll & Celebrity & Star & Fame)  ibid.      

 

136,509.  After the huge success of the Comeback Special there was only one place for Elvis to go – Vegas.  (Pop Music & Rock n Roll & Celebrity & Star & Fame & Las Vegas)  ibid.  

 

 

137,431.  By the summer of 1955 Elvis’s extraordinary success in the American south was starting to attract national attention.  One man in particular could see Elvis’s money-making potential.  (Pop Music & Rock n Roll & Celebrity & Star & Fame)  Elvis: The Man Shook Up the World, Channel 5 2020       

 

137,432.  ‘Colonel Parker was this kind of blustery, cigar-chewing, massively overweight, sweaty, untidy, ill-mannered larger than life character.’  (Pop Music & Rock n Roll & Celebrity & Star & Fame)  ibid.  Bethan Roberts, author Graceland

 

137,433.  The energetic way Elvis sings and dances in this appearance was shocking to a fifties’ audience.  (Pop Music & Rock n Roll & Celebrity & Star & Fame)  ibid.  

 

137,434.  The blacklash during 1956 was said to be difficult for Elvis’s mother, Gladys, too.  (Pop Music & Rock n Roll & Celebrity & Star & Fame)  ibid.  

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