MOVIE: DEATH OF HENDRIX: The Last 24 Seconds
2 Hours - Divided Into 3 Web Segments:
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Doctors and attendants who handled Jimi's body recall him being covered with a large amount of red wine. Yet medical records show his blood alcohol level was 46 mgs when he died, meaning that his system hadn't absorbed a lot of wine: 46 milligrams, when converted to ounces, equals 0.0016 of an ounce - practically nothing. So a lot of wine got into him and then he quickly died before absorbing the alcohol. Heart stops, absorption ceases, and just a small amount of alcohol had time to enter Jimi's blood. So why was a lot of wine spilled all over and around him? He drowned. Was it a forced drowning? Did someone hold him and pour the wine in? Why was his hair, clothes, and bedding covered in so much wine? It's too suspicious.
- James Sedgwick- First Century Press
Monika Dannemann pointed an accusing finger at the roadies' behavior at Jimi's death scene:
"Stickells and Barrett took Jimi's stuff, like messages. That was funny, that was so strange.
They only were interested in the messages Jimi had received...I do believe he got poisoned"
- Monika Dannemann
TV News Report on Scotland Yard Investigation
with Michael Fairchild playing Jimi's Hey Baby in Toronto
- James Sedgwick]