Victims of Hollywood

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Victims of Hollywood are individuals who were tragically destroyed by the immorality, addictions, wanton behavior, or other vices of Hollywood culture or Hollywood values. Here is a growing list:

  • Marilyn Monroe—her grave is the 4th most visited in the entire world, and many blame Hollywood and/or the Deep State for her demise at the age of only 36 reportedly from an overdose of medication.
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald—perhaps America's greatest 20th century novelist, he moved to Hollywood in the summer of 1937 to write a screenplay, then became severely alcoholic, and died at the age of only 44 in 1940 with his final novel only half-written.
  • George Reeves—first actor for Superman, was born in the Midwest but ended up in Hollywood, where he died of a gunshot wound at the age of only 45 with continuing controversy about the circumstances. The movie Hollywoodland is about his death.
  • Sharon Tate, rising star known for Valley of the Dolls, was stabbed to death at age 26 by Charles Manson's group while she was 8-and-a-half months pregnant.
  • Rose McGowan, co-star with Alyssa Milano in the TV series Charmed, raped by Hollywood mogul and Democrat mega-donor Harvey Weinstein.
  • Dominique Dunne, a star of Poltergeist, was strangled to death in the driveway of her West Hollywood home by her former boyfriend. Additional actors in the movie also died around the same time.[1]
  • Nicole Brown Simpson, ex-wife of Hollywood actor and NFL star O.J. Simpson, had her throat slit ear-to-ear on the steps of her Hollywood home.
  • Natalie Wood, star of West Side Story, "was found dead, aged 43, off the coast of Santa Catalina Island in California on 29 November 1981,"[2] which many (including her sister) say to this day say was not an accident.
  • Ramon Navarro, a megastar of the 1920s and early 1930s, including the lead role in Ben-Hur (1925 film), was murdered at age 69 at his home in the Hollywood Hills area by two young men posing as prostitutes but seeking to rob his house.

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