Jean Seberg

In August 1979, she went missing and was found dead eleven days later in the back seat of her car, which was parked close to her Paris apartment in the 16th arrondissement. The police report stated that she had taken a massive overdose of barbiturates and alcohol (8g per litre). A suicide note ("Forgive me. I can no longer live with my nerves.") was found in her hand, and "probable suicide" was ultimately ruled the official cause of death by the French coroner. However, it is often questioned how she could have operated a car with that amount of alcohol in her body, and without the corrective lenses she always maintained she absolutely needed for driving.[18] A year later, her former husband Gary committed suicide.

Seberg was interred in the Cimetière du Montparnasse, Paris, France
Jean Seberg also played Lilith in the movie with the same name (1964). Interesting plot:
Set in a private mental institution, it tells of a trainee occupational therapist Vincent Bruce (Beatty) who becomes dangerously obsessed with a seductive, very able, schizophrenic patient Lilith Arthur (Seberg).
After engineering the suicide of another patient (Fonda) out of jealousy for his crush on Lilith, Bruce presents himself for psychiatric help to his superiors.

I recently made a post about the meaning of Lilith (#9115):
Lilith is believed to have originated as a female Mesopotamian storm demon associated with wind and was thought to be a bearer of disease, illness, and death.
In modern Luciferianism, Lilith is considered a consort of Lucifer and is identified with the figure of Babalon.
She is said to come from the mud and dust, and is known as the Queen of the Succubi.
When she and Lucifer mate, they form an androgynous being called "Baphomet" or the "Goat of Mendes")

Jean Seberg also reminds me of Mia Farrow in "Rosemary's Baby" (1968) and her famous short haircut.
Although Jean was first, "Breatless" was filmed in 1959 and she wore that short haircut already back then...

In "Rosemary's Baby", Rosemary's husband sells his soul for fame. Neighbours and people around her are Satan worshippers and it turns out that the father of her son is not her husband but Satan, and her son is destined to take his place at his father's side to rule in Hell, and hold dominion over the earth.

The movie was filmed partially on location at The Dakota, in New York City.
The same building where John Lennon lived and also the location of his murder in 1980.

When the movie starts Rosemary has longer hair but during her pregnancy it's cut. Rosemary goes from being an innocent-looking, happy young girl to a ghastly, unhappy, very sick looking woman = the mother of the Antichrist.

More on JEAN here:

and here there are a couple of interesting comments:

"Did they ever investigate her last "husband" Ahmed Hasmi (apparantly not a legal union, where was her third husband Dennis Berry???) as a suspect in her murder?

Sounds like he stole pretty much everything from under her, therefore he had the biggest motive to murder her: to silence her forever!

Even though she had a pretty screwed up life, she sure went up against the establishment, in the form of the FBI. By proving what an evil sadistic liar J. Edgar Hoover was, she went to extreme of providing evidence that her stillborn daughter was not a product of a union with a black man (a Black Panther member).

I do believe that it was implausible that Ms. Seberg drove drunk and without her glasses through the suburbs of Paris, only to die in the back seat of a car resulting from an "overdose."

I feel bad for her surviving son, having both parents die within a year of one another is truly tragic!"

"Can anyone supply information about Jean's brother Kurt? There seems to be a story there, which is being kept under wraps. Garry McGee's biography hardly mentions him beyond telling us that he was born in 1941, that he and his father flew to New York City on January 15, 1958 to attend the premier of "Bonour Tristesse" with Jean, and that presently "he lives quietly in the Midwest." Why so vague? And why make a point of his living quietly? Did he previously live a raucous life? Davis Richards' book reveals on page 333 that Kurt went into Lutheran State Hospital (where is that? in Marshalltown?) for detoxification. He would have been 33. I have never read in a book or article any quotes from Kurt about his sister. He apparently refuses to comment on her and has distanced himself from her life and career. Why? Did Kurt attend college after his high school graduation, which, I understand took place in 1960? Was he drafted into the military, perhaps during the Vietnam War? What was the detoxification about--drugs and/or alcoholism? Did he ever marry, have children? Is he gay? The Seberg family produced one perfect child, the oldest daughter Mary Ann, who was exactly what the Sebergs wanted in a daughter, what a "good girl" of the times should be. It appears the other 3 children all had lives touched with tragedy. I do think there is room for one more Seberg biography--this one of the family, exploring the interactions of the family, detailing the mother and father's lives and personalities, and the brothers' lives and personalities. But for now, I repeat, can anyone supply info on Kurt Seberg's life?"