From the First Lady of rock and roll to a very public fall from grace, the husky-voiced former girlfriend of Mick Jagger has survived against all the odds. Now, a new book about Marianne Faithfull by Mark Hodkinson delves into the fabulously squalid glamour of a life of song, drink, drugs, love, cancer and, ultimately, the long road to recovery. At 21 years of age, she scandalised a fusty middle-aged interviewer for the BBC in with her thoughts on marriage and on drugs. At the time of that interview, though barely into her 20s, she'd already been married for three years.
Books teeter everywhere in piles, on the floor next to shelves, and all over the dining table. It was sent just after the publication of her memoir. Lots of love, your Dad. A voice to raise terror, full of rattle and coal dust, suddenly roars down the hall.
A University of Georgia professor was found dead over the weekend in what authorities are describing as a "bizarre" case involving an alleged covered-up murder. Deputies found Marianne Clopton Shockley bleeding heavily from a head injury, unresponsive and naked. German murder case: 3 shot and killed with crossbow in hotel. More bodies turned up in one of their apartments. Unsolved tragic ends: 11 Hollywood deaths still shrouded in mystery.
Fox News Flash top headlines for May 14 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews. Sunday about a woman found unresponsive after being underwater for about two minutes in a hot tub on a property belonging to year-old Sydney Clark Heindel. Shockley, a professor of entomology at the University of Georgia, sustained an apparent head injury, which Lillard claims happened when he picked her up from the hot tub and jumped in the pool to swim her to the other side of the pool deck, where she was later found by police. Heindel reportedly told a slightly different story when questioned by authorities.