Bon Scott's Highway To Hell
Bon Scott, the original singer of AC/DC was a heavy metal wild man, known as much for his drinking as his ferocious vocals. In February of 1980, the 33-year old front man went out drinking in a London club and fell asleep in the back of a car. He never woke up. "Pulmonary aspiration of vomit" was the officially cause of death, but some suspected that Scott had died from alcohol poisoning, while others felt that he may have suffocated himself on the fumes from the running car. The Guardian reported that an unknown mystery man discovered the body, but no one could track him down. Others say the music industry knew of his death "hours" before Scott's corpse was discovered.