The death of legendary Rolling Stones guitarist, Brian Jones is apparently being re-examined. New evidence (still to be released) has been submitted by an investigative journalist about the incident in 1969, which lead to Jones being found dead at the bottom of his swimming pool.
Jones' long-battle with drug addiction was hardly a secret as he had been arrested multiple times for drug use of many types and appeared gaunt and in bad spirits shortly before he had parted ways with the Rolling Stones in 1969, just months before his death. Conventional knowledge usually cites that issue as the main impetus for Jones' unfortunate demise. Meanwhile the Police initially labeled it "death by misadventure" (which is vague enough to cover possibilities as wild and kinky as the imagination stretches.)
However, there had always been a school of thought (documented in the book by then girlfiend, Anna Wohlin, The Murder of Brian Jones) which believed that Jones was actually murdered. Allegations based on witnesses pointed towards builder, Frank Thorogood, who apparently also behaved suspiciously and allegedly confessed to the murder on his deathbed. However, nothing, even after furniture that was apparently stolen from the house turned up anything substantive.