World Top 10 Leaders Who Died Under Mysterious Circumstances
Most of the times people think that politicians are what they show but it’s not always like that. There are some of them who can do strange things that can undermine their good names. For instance, it’s impossible to think of the Rockefeller family without remembering the wrongdoings of Nelson Rockefeller, who had an affair with a woman who only wanted to be famous. There are some other cases that seem to be even more scandalous and a lot more mysterious too. Let’s have a look at the top ten leaders who died under mysterious and shocking circumstances.
1- Felix Faure
He was the French president for four years until he died in the late 1890s. He was having sexual relations with his lover when he was affected by apoplexy. As a matter of fact, the police never found enough evidence that he was having oral sex but one thing’s for sure, Faure’s lover, Marguerite Steinheil became famous as the funeral pomp.
2- Shikhali Gurbanov
Is it really possible to trust a dentist? Shikhali Gurbanov, who was a writer and political leader, died while he was with his dentist. The dentist injected him with cyanide acid and Gurbanov died. The police couldn’t find the dentist. Gurbanov died right before being elected as the Secretary of the Communist Party in Azerbaijan.
3- Atilla the Hun
Atilla the Hun was the king of the Kings until he died. He had the ability to go through the Danube to fight the Baltics. Even when he was an amazing military fighter, he seemed to fail when he had to please her lovers. As a matter of fact, Atilla passed away when he was having sex with his wife right after he had got married. Nobody knows what happened to him and why he died.
4- John Thompson
John Thompson was the Canadian Prime Minister for two years in 1892. He had to go to England to become a member of the Privy Council. While he was in England, he started having health problems and he finally died when he was dining with the Her Majesty. Doctors said that he suffered a stroke.
5- General Abdel Fatah Younes
General Abdel Fatah Younes died last year. As a matter of fact, a gang with several arms gunned him down after he was cited to declare about some military problems. Other two people together with General Younes were thrown in the suburbs of Benghazi.
6- Nelson Rockefeller
It’s still not known what the vice president Nelson Rockefeller was doing when he passed away. However, there are some people who believe that Megan Marshak, the lover of the vice president, certainly knew. As a matter of fact, they were together when he died and she didn’t even call the emergency services when Nelson suffered the stroke but she made sure that one of her friends helped her with the problem.
7- John F. Kennedy
Even nowadays people still don’t know who was the killer of John F. Kennedy in the early 1960s. This is because the person who was arrested right after the shooting, Lee Harvey Oswald, was killed before he could give a declaration of what had happened. There are several conspiracy theories that claim that Oswald was connected with certain groups who wanted the death of Kennedy.
8- Martin Luther King Jr.
In the late 1960s the activist Martin Luther King Jr. was killed in a cold-blooded way. A criminal called James Earl Ray who had escaped from prison was accused of killing King when he was trying to get to England with a false passport from Canada. According to King’s family James Earl was not the real killer but then again, who was guilty of killing King?
9- Juvénal Habyarimana
Juvénal Habyarimana, who was a former president of Rwanda, died in a plane accident. The murder of the president resulted in the breakout of a war between civilians from the Hutus and Tutsis tribes, which caused the death of more than 800,000 people from both tribes in the early 1990s.
10- King Adolph Frederick of Sweden
The king Adolph Frederick from Sweden had a special taste for food but in the end he didn’t know that would kill him. During one of his feasts he decided to have lobster, cabbage soup, caviar, smoked herring, a lot of champagne and no less than fourteen portions of the desserts he liked the best. He died the same night.