Suicide or Bizarre Accidental Death for Famous Actress or Pop Star
The death of actress Brittany Murphy has been flagged as suspicious in a new documentary.The Clueless star died at the age of 32 in 2009 and the Los Angeles County coroner ruled her death an “accident caused by a combination of pneumonia, an iron deficiency and multiple drug intoxication,&rdqu...
Brittany Murphy's sudden death at 32 still 'puzzles' pathologist, says doc: 'It was all very perplexing'
Angelo Bertolotti never stopped wondering what really happened to his daughter. Brittany Murphy, the Hollywood actress whose breakout role was 1995's teen comedy "Clueless," died suddenly in 2009 at age 32. Ed Winter, an assistant chief coroner in Los Angeles County, told The Associated Press that the star had collapsed in the bathroom of the Hollywood Hills home she shared with her husband, British screenwriter Simon Monjack.
The death of Brittany Murphy that took place on December 20, 2009 came as a devastating and shocking experience to thousands of fans all over the world. There were a lot of raised eyebrows as people could not wrap their heads around the fact that a 32-year-old woman suddenly died of pneumonia.
The official version of Natalie Wood's mysterious death in 1981 is that she got drunk on wine and Champagne, fell off her yacht into the Pacific Ocean and drowned during a Thanksgiving weekend getaway with her husband Robert Wagner and co-star Christopher Walken.
By Michelle Stein Updated Thanks to an HBO documentary titled, Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind, there has been a renewed interest in the case of actress Natalie Wood's mysterious death. Natalie, who starred in classic films like West Side Story and Penelope, drowned during a weekend boat trip back in 1981.
Natasha Gregson Wagner was 11 when her mother, the Oscar-nominated actor Natalie Wood, drowned off Catalina Island. In the 39 years since, Gregson Wagner-an actress herself who has appeared in projects including High Fidelity and Two Girls and a Guy-has not only grappled with that trauma, but with the cyclical interest in Wood's death-and the suspicion around her stepfather Robert Wagner, now 90, who was on board the 55-foot yacht Splendour the night Wood drowned.
Peg Entwistle is the focus of the Meg movie in Netflix's Hollywood. Here's a look back at the actress that tragically took her life in the '30s. Peg Entwistle is the focus of a subplot in Netflix's Hollywood , but the actress was a real figure who met an extremely tragic death.
Rising 45 feet over the hills of Los Angeles, the nine white letters spelling "HOLLYWOOD" form one of the world's most recognizable cultural landmarks. For the 10 million visitors who crowd into Griffith Park each year to catch a glimpse, the sign is a must-see tourist attraction.
Turkey and Greece Go To War
"Everything cries for peace, Schalom! Then it will occur - a new Middle East war suddenly flames up, big naval forces are facing hostility in the Mediterranean - the situation is strained ..."
"The tidal waves in the Mediterranean Sea region, through use of nuclear weapons, will reach a very great height over the Adriatic (Balkans and Italy) originating from the North (Russia). The explosions are clearly noticeable here."
The last major confrontation between the two countries occurred in July and August 1974 on the island of Cyprus. It was the culmination of civil unrest on the island that began during the Bloody Christmas of December 1963 which almost led to a major war in 1964, but was prevented by American diplomatic pressure ordered by US President Lyndon Johnson.
The 1974 War was the first major conflict fought by the two nations since the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922, a consequence of the First World War.
Using the base 7 system, a war like the one fought in 1974, should have occurred in 1975. Thus, being an early fulfillment of historical repetition, it also represents the last important reset of any pattern begun by the 1919 conflict, thus resetting the target year from 1975 to 1974. July 1974 next comes up in July 2023.
It will likely be the worst fighting since the 1919-22 campaign. By that time Turkey will have Russia and Iran as military allies, making any conflict with Greece one of several that could ignite World War III in Europe. It could also trigger the Biblical prophecy in the book of Daniel concerning a future leader of "Grecia" countering offensives by Iran (Persia) into the Balkans and Italy. Effectively it would be part of a larger war between the EU and a fragmented NATO against a revanchist Russian empire allied with Syria, Turkey, a Shi'a controlled Iraq, and Iran with the battlefields being in Europe and the Middle East. At some point Iran and Turkey have a falling out and Iran and Russia take over that country.
From an Islamic prophecy perspective, this may be part of what is often called "the War in the Byzantine Empire."
Late fulfillment (2 years, 2 months deadline): September 2025.
I think by 2025, if not before, this historical correction period of 2 years, 2 months ... or a little more as we are finding out in Hong Kong ... will be over.
An ally of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has threatened a second genocide and an invasion of Greece by saying "this time they may have to swim until Sicily." İsmet Büyükataman, the Secretary General of Far-Right Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) and Bursa Deputy, made the provocative remark on his Twitter account yesterday.
Greece will reinforce police patrols on its border with Turkey, an official said Wednesday as the country claims to brace itself for an expected new influx of migrants. An additional 400 police will be sent to the northeastern Evros river border region "as a precautionary measure," police spokesman Theodoros Chronopoulos told AFP.
Sign up for FREE now and never miss the top Royal stories again! We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. According to Greek sources, around 35 soldiers marched onto a floodplain site on the east bank of the River Evros at Melissokomeio.
Greek General to NATO: "There will be an accident if Turkey continues its actions" - Greek City Times
Greek General Konstantinos Floros held two teleconferences with NATO officials in which he made it clear that Turkey's provocations in the Aegean and at Evros on the Greek-Turkish land border, will lead with mathematical precision to an accident with unforeseen consequences.
Greek forces are on high alert to prevent a repeat of the standoff on the Evros border earlier this year when Turkey opened the doors for migrants to travel to the European Union, Kathimerini understands.
ATHENS - Greek forces are on heightened alert as reports have surfaced that Turkey is preparing to push through a fresh wave of migrants to Europe. Officials in Athens say, they fear that refugees infected with the coronavirus may be among the new wave of asylum seekers.
Greece has cunningly outmaneuvered Turkey's plans to steal Greek maritime space via Libya - Greek City Times
The creation of a European fleet with warships that will patrol off the coast of Libya and inspect boats that are suspected of carrying weapons is a blow to Turkey and its plan to keep supporting the Muslim Brotherhood known as the Government of National Accords in the North African country.
Turkey blasted Greece's prime minister Friday after he sent a letter to European leaders urging a reduction in financial support to Ankara amid a refugee crisis. Turkish Foreign Ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy said in a statement that Kyriakos Mitsotakis sent letters to German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron that proposed giving financial support to Turkey in direct proportion to a reduction of refugees to Europe.
Paul Antonopoulos Tensions erupted between the Greek and Turkish Foreign Ministers during a meeting on Thursday, according to diplomatic sources who spoke to CNN Greece. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu reiterated some of the fake news that his country's media and leaders have been spreading about Greece during the migration crisis that Turkey unleashed in March.
A Greek ship that set off from the Çeşme district of the western İzmir province in Turkey on March 7 and on which 120 out of 383 people have been tested positive for COVID-19 is still waiting on the shores of the Greek city of Piraeus.
EDIRNE, Turkey - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan plans to be in Brussels on Monday for a one-day working visit, his office said amid a charged conflict between Turkey and the European Union over migrants and refugees.
A fire has ripped through a refugee shelter on the Greek island of Lesbos as tensions over a surge in migration from Turkey continue to rise. Flames engulfed the One Happy Family centre, near the island's capital Mitilini, on Saturday. It is not clear how the fire started.
KASTANIES, Greece (AP) - Clashes between Greek riot police and migrants attempting to cross the border from Turkey erupted anew Friday as European Union foreign ministers criticized Turkey for using migrants' desperation "for political purposes." Greek riot police used tear gas and a water cannon in the morning to drive back people trying to cross its land border with Turkey.
Clashes have erupted on the Greek-Turkish border with Greek authorities using tear gas and a water cannon to hold back refugees and migrants trying to push through the frontier into Greece. There were also reports of tear gas being fired from the Turkish side of the border into Greece.
KASTANIES, Greece (AP) - Greece countered accusations from Turkey Wednesday that it was responsible for the death of a migrant, as its border authorities strove for a sixth day to keep thousands of migrants out by using tear gas, stun grenades and water cannons.
Some 13 Turkish warplanes violated Greek airspace 30 times in total on Tuesday (25 February), the Greek foreign ministry has said. Two Turkish F-16 jets also did it twice on Monday, in what is becoming an ever more frequent event. There were 4,627 such incidents last year - an all-time high - the Greek ministry told EUobserver on Wednesday.
Turkey is at odds with Greece and Cyprus over potentially rich gas reserves in the eastern Mediterranean. Tensions have increased since Turkey signed a memorandum of understanding with the internationally recognised government of Libya on Nov. 27 that sees the two countries as maritime neighbours.
ANKARA - Without mentioning Turkey keeps invading Greek airspace and plans to drill for energy off Greek islands, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said Greece is responsible for provocations amid fears it could lead to a conflict.
Since the beginning of the year, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has revamped a defence agreement with the United States, sent a warship to join a French naval battle group and agreed to deliver a batch of U.S.-made Patriot missiles to Saudi Arabia to guard energy facilities, the AFP said.
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) - The US backs energy-based partnerships in the eastern Mediterranean that bolster political cooperation and prosperity and is urging against "provocative actions" that undermine stability, a government official said Wednesday.
Greece's prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, has welcomed a decision by France to dispatch war frigates to the eastern Mediterranean as a standoff with Turkey over regional energy reserves intensifies. With tensions between Athens and Ankara causing growing international alarm, Mitsotakis described the vessels as "guarantors of peace".
ANKARA-Anadolu Agency Greece, arming 16 out of 23 islands with non-military status, in violation of agreements in the Aegean sea, should act in accordance with international law, Turkey's defense minister has said. Speaking in his visit to Turkey's missile producer Roketsan on Jan.
(Bloomberg) -- Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar asked Greece to demilitarize 16 Aegean islands near Turkey he claims were illegally armed, in a move that may exacerbate strains in the countries' relations."We expect Greece to act in line with international law and the agreements it has signed," state-run
Turkey's provocations towards Greece have no end with Turkey adding a new claim and a point of dispute each and every day. This time the demilitarization of Greek islands was put on the agenda. Defense Minister Hulusi Akar demanded that 16 Greek islands in the Aegean Sea should be demilitarized.