Australian nurses may hold clues to Hendrix death
A Jimi Hendrix researcher is seeking to record the medical witness accounts of nurses at the death of the legendary guitarist back in 1970, Linda Belardi reports
An American researcher is on an international hunt for a handful of nurses on duty in a London resuscitation room on the night of Jimi Hendrix's death more than 40 years ago. Brian Doyle, a long-time researcher of the famous rock musician, is seeking to corroborate a memory from an Australian doctor, John Bannister, that Hendrix's lungs were "grossly and abnormally" filled with wine. If corroborated, the evidence could give weight to claims that the guitarist's death, at age 27, was not accidental. Doyle told Nursing Review that Australian nurses "may possess a serious medical witnessing that...
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