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Apr 5, 2014 4:12AM
There is no curse of 27. It can be explained very easily through the rules of probability related to musician/entertainer drug use and ages at which these abusers had used up their ability to withstand that chronic abuse. Almost all of these people listed were either abusers or alcoholics, some admittedly both. There is only so much overuse the human body can take between the ages of 18 and 30. The suicide factor also comes into play when these stars realize their invulnerability has passed and they are hopelessly addicted and scarred with mental frailty. I would guess that ages 25 to 30 would have a very high rate of abuse and suicidal deaths in the general population.
Apr 5, 2014 9:44AM
Apr 5, 2014 1:33AM

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Apr 5, 2014 9:00AM

Mr. Richard Starr has it 99.9% correct...... I would  suggest that all of the dead knew that death was a great probability as a result of their actions. Dopers die as a result of drugs. Musician, bag boy, butcher, baker, indian chief. The age that they go at..... is a curiosity.. Dead is dead.

Fame is a dangerous thing; coupled with drugs, it is lethal.

     If you play Russian roulette and the gun goes off.... (--------)   Some non-abuser will clean up the mess.      And the beat goes on.....

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The Curse of 27

By Sean Nelson

Among the more bizarre ghosts in rock 'n' roll lore is the curse of the 27th year. No one can explain why it is that so many talented men and women die (or are murdered) at that age, but the fact remains that many of the most talented, iconic, revolutionary artists ... more

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