For celebrities, dignitaries and politicians of a certain stature, there must be a weird moment when they realize that their death will likely be the stuff of front-page news. And if those same people could see from their graves, they might have a moment when they say to themselves, "Hey, wait! Michael Jackson stole my cover of People." Sorry, Farrah, but you're not alone: throughout history, there's been a small cast of special characters who've had their deaths eclipsed by a notable who's just, well, a bit more notable. Call it the Curse of Groucho Marx, perhaps, or some sort of cosmic punishment for those people who chose to write books or become actors instead of pursuing the presidency of the United States. All these people are memorable, but that's not always easy to remember when you're competing with a Kennedy. We wouldn't want to, either.