10 Haunting Deathbed Confessions
Most, if not all of us, have secrets. It’s part of the human experience. In most cases, our secrets can be shameful or embarrassing, but sometimes people keep incredibly dark secrets and hold on to them for their entire lives. Then, just as they are about to leave their Mortal Coil, they decided to share their deepest, darkest secrets. These are 10 of the most haunting deathbed confessions.
10. Frank Thorogood
Brian Jones was one of the founding members of the legendary rock band the Rolling Stones, which formed in 1962. By 1969, Jones’ alcohol and drug abuse had gotten worse and he clearly wasn’t interested in playing in the band. In June of that year, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards told him that his tenure with the band was over. The Stones replaced Jones with Mick Taylor on guitar and they carried on with what would become their long, illustrious career.
Two books specifically accuse Frank Thorogood, a construction worker who was doing work on Jones’ property, of killing Jones. Thorogood was the last person to be seen with Jones. Thorogood also was acting strangely after the death and he burned several items in the house.