Bettie Page http://global.fncstatic.com/static/managed/img/Entertainment/bettie%20page%20660%20ap%20graphics%20bank.jpgBettie Page was the ultimate pin-up girl in the ‘50s, posing in a series of racy pictures and gracing the pages of Playboy as one of their Playmates of the Month in 1955. Then in 1958, during the height of her fame, Page disappeared from the spotlight and vanished without a trace. It was later reported that she moved to Florida and tried to become a missionary before eventually settling in California where she reportedly had a nervous breakdown in ’79. In 2008, she suffered a heart attack and pneumonia and was comatose. Her family eventually elected to take her off of life support.Jerry Lee Lewis http://global.fncstatic.com/static/managed/img/Entertainment/50s%20stars%20jerry%20lee%20lewis%20ap.jpgRock and roll star Jerry Lee Lewis won over music fans with his songs like “Great Balls of Fire,” and in the ‘50s his records were flying off the shelves. But in 1957, the 22...
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