Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix

The doctor who attempted to revive Jimi Hendrix on the night that he died has suggested that it is “feasable” that the guitar player was murdered by his manager.

Rumors about the icon’s death emerged about a month ago, after former roadie James Wright claimed that Hendrix’s manager Michael Jeffery had admitted killing him in order to claim a two million dollar life insurance policy.

Doctor John Bannister, who was the doctor on duty at the hospital where Hendrix passed away, has very recently stated that medical evidence is consistent with the allegation that Jeffery hired some thugs to force sleeping pills and wine down the guitar players throat.

Quoted as saying: “The amount of wine that was over him was just extraordinary. Not only was it drenched through his hair and shirt but his lungs and stomach were absolutely soaked of wine. We kept sucking him out and it kept surging and surging. He had already vomited up masses of red wine and I would have thought there was half a bottle of wine in his hair. He had really drowned in a massive amount of red wine.”

Hendrix’s cause of death was recorded as choking on his own vomit following a drugs overdose, but Wright has supposed that Jeffery confessed to masterminding the alleged murder before his own death in a plane collision.

Hendrix was just 27-years-old when he died in West London. His girlfriend Monika Dannerman, who was with him on the night, took her own life in 1996 amid reports that she knew more about his death than she let on.

Why is their some much interest in Jimi Hendrix’s death now? I have no idea, as long as new information comes in, GuitarPlayersCenter will deliver it to you.

The Crossroads Theory is very interesting and would be a suitable way for Jimi’s life to end, surrounded by controversy and misinformation. Reality suggests he was murdered. What do you think?

7 Responses to Guitar Player Jimi Hendrix murder theory is realistic..

  1. Is there any way to get to the bottom of this?

  2. We are working on it mam. Don’t get pushy with me!

  3. hmmm mystery every where. very interesting Danny.

  4. Get on it ya old goat and figure it out!

  5. it’s an interesting theory but how can we really find out? there’s always big conspiracy theories when big celebrities die.

  6. I don’t believe it for one moment.If events as above had taken place Hendrix would have put up a struggle and there would have been evidence of that.IE bruises on him and a recked flat etc.

  7. It’s real and the evidence proves it. What people don’t know is that Jeffery was tied up in some very dangerous CIA banks in the Bahamas that he was putting Jimi’s money into. Those banks were part of a secret program to fund CIA black Operations during the Cold War. Most likely the mob guys trying to gain favor with CIA by feeding this fund didn’t ask Jeffery permission. Jeffery’s own intel and mob background probably meant he had no choice in the matter. As soon as Jimi tried to fire Jeffery he ended up dead by the strictly CIA means of waterboarding with alcohol and barbiturates in order to appear as an accidental drug overdose – something no one would question with Jimi Hendrix and no one ever did (up til now).

    People close to Jeffery said he would never kill Jimi and that they were friends. These people are right, however they don’t understand the incredible pressure Jeffery was under concerning those CIA banks and their exposure. Jeffery told Tappy Wright “I had no choice, I had to do it”. And I think we know why.

    Jimi’s murder can be proven by the medical forensic evidence captured at his autopsy. To this day no one ever scientifically determined any conclusions from that evidence. If it was processed today it would still show that Jimi had too little alcohol in his blood to account for the huge amount of wine Dr Bannister witnessed drowning his lungs. And when compared to his blood barbiturate level it shows that Jimi couldn’t have been conscious when the wine was introduced. People like “kev” below haven’t done their homework. If they had they would realize Jimi couldn’t struggle because his 3.9mg blood barbiturate level shows he was passed-out. And people who are passed-out can’t introduce 3 bottles of wine into their lungs. That’s proof of murder that none of the authorities seem to be interested in…

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