When they became international superstars, many of the English rockers had to ha…

Written by on November 13, 2017


When they became international superstars, many of the English rockers had to have large houses in the country. The Rolling Stones’ Brian Jones was one of them.

On Nov. 13th, 1968, Brian purchased the Cotchford Farm estate in Sussex, U.K. It was the estate where A.A. Milne wrote Winnie the Pooh. It was a large, beautiful home.

Brian would only live there for less than 8 months. On July 3, 1969, Brian was found dead in the pool at the home.

The official report says he drowned. There are those who think there was ‘foul play’ involved in his passing.

Maybe if he hadn’t bought it…..




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