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In our lives we hear read and live events that impress us Most of them have to do with famous people and their lives They are events which give us information for some famous peoples characters and achievements In my opinion the most impressive events in someones life are the most dark parts of his life which can give you some explanations on the strange way he lead his life The parts that he tried to hide when he was alive I am impressed on the way Jimi Hendrix died Although he had everything that most of the people believe that you need to by happy he died under strange circumstances Hendrix left England for a European tour Something had gone wrong during the tour and the bass player of the band had a nervous breakdown and was flown home to the United States The last concert was blown out and Hendrix returned to London After some days Hendrix was due to meet with lawyers and managers but he didnt show He had stayed the night before with his girlfriend Monika Danneman at her flat in the Notting Hill area of London Although he left to go to the business meeting he next showed up at a flat in the Fulham area It belonged to a girl who worked in a drug store As she said he was obviously high on drugs and he had a lot of cannabis on him He was in a terrible state and highly nervous He spent several hours on a pay phone in the building He was complaining about his financial affairs He spent the night with two Americans until five in the morning The next day was spent looking for drugs visiting houses around London Hendrix was out of his mind One guy they met was so bad that he jumped down a stair He was taken to hospital with broken legs With all these going on
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