'Over the Rainbow': Judy's Own Tragedy From Times Wire Reports
LONDON - The yellow brick road led to torment and despair and loneliness for Judy Garland. The beautiful colors of her rainbow faded with the years. She was found dead in her bathroom Sunday.
Scotland Yard ruled out foul play - the body was unmarked - and planned an autopsy later today. A Yard spokesman said it could have been from natural causes. She was 47.
Miss Garland in 1967 provided in effect, her own epitaph: "When you have lived the life I've lived, when you have loved and suffered and been madly happy and desperately sad - well, that's when you realize that you'll never be able to set it all down. . . maybe you'd rather die first."