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Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

Most famous deaths in history

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Death By Caviar The gluttony of royalty throughout history has been pretty stupendous — Henry VIII was famously extremely greedy, and many suffered gout from over-indulgence — but Adolf Frederick, who reigned as king of Sweden in the 1700s, appears to have genuinely killed himself via a single excessive meal. Historians report that in 1771 he ate a feast of caviar, lavish
2020. 1. 7. · The case of Socrates is a little different. This incident is most accurately described as forced suicide. Probably the most famous in history. The Greek philosopher was forced to die by drinking hemlock (poisonous plant) for trying to 'corrupt' young Athenians and having expressed ideas against belief in ancestral gods.
2018. 7. 3. · 1909- US heavyweight boxing champion (1934-1935) Max Baer who had a storied career. He killed boxer Frankie Campbell in the ring. 25% Jewish, Baer wore a Star of David on his trunks knocking out German boxer Max Schmeling and later lost to James J. Braddock and later Joe Louis. Baer later acted on stage and screen.
2019. 6. 25. · 2013. One seemingly ordinary night, João Maria de Souza was sleeping soundly when, suddenly, a cow fell through the roof in his home in Caratinga, Brazil, and crushed him. Apparently, the cow climbed to the top of the house from a tall cliff that was right behind it, and the roof crumbled under its weight. Though João died, both his wife ...
2017. 7. 18. · 1. Harold Shipman: “Dr. Death” who killed 218 patients. Dr. Harold Shipman, nicknamed “Dr. Death” after his horrific killing spree came to light, was sentenced to life in