‘The Man Who Wasn’t There’: Who Killed John Lennon?
Posted On August 2, 2021
When news broke of Lennon’s death on May 2, 2016, the world immediately went into a frenzy of mourning.
The news was met with a sense of profound shock and sorrow.
Lennon, who had been diagnosed with cancer in 1991, had lived his entire life as the subject of intense and public scrutiny.
And the death of Lennon, one of the most beloved, popular and influential figures in the history of the world, shook us all to the core.
Lennon was beloved for his passion for music and for the way he lived his life.
As a man who loved music, Lennon had the ability to bring people together and he would do that in the most difficult of circumstances.
But what did Lennon really have to do to become the person he was?
We now know that Lennon was never a murderer.
What we know is that he had a troubled life that included an obsession with drugs and alcohol and a long history of mental illness.
It was his mother who was diagnosed with a serious mental illness and that she eventually died of the disease in the early 1970s.
We know that he suffered from an obsession and a profound sense of loneliness.
In fact, he was so lonely that he was unable to communicate to anyone, much less his closest friends and family.
The fact that he died from a fatal drug overdose at age 43 is a mystery to most.
However, it was not until years later that a new source of information came to light, the case files of a police officer who had worked with Lennon in the late 1960s.
The files showed that Lennon had not been in touch with any of his closest loved ones since he had taken his own life.
The man who knew Lennon best, the officer who knew him best, was interviewed in the years that followed and was able to shed light on the tragic events that had led to Lennon’s tragic end.
The officers story is an important one for those who care about the lives of others.
The story of Lennon is an inspiring story that is told through his story, the words he spoke and the stories he told.
But, it is the stories of the people who knew and loved Lennon, the people we will always be most grateful for, that will carry the story forward.
There are so many people who have come before us who have left us so much, and so much more, and there are so much others who are yet to be heard, but they have left behind an incredible legacy.
The lives of the loved ones who lived their lives with Lennon are forever changed by the people they met and the people that they worked with.
We are forever indebted to them for the opportunity to hear their stories and know that they will always hold a place in our hearts.
For this, we ask that you please consider making a donation to the John Lennon Family Fund, which is dedicated to the support of the Lennon Family in their time of need.
We also thank the members of the John and Yoko Lennon Foundation, who have made such an incredible impact in helping bring awareness and support to the cause of Lennon and the John & Yoko Foundation.