The most ridiculous deaths in history
John Sedgewick's final words taunted death unwisely.
Death by Politeness
Brilliant Tycho Brahe's life and death were both spectacular.
Beard DeathHans Steininger, an Austrian burgher, maintained his 4.5-foot beard in a leather bag.
Alarm-Clock Death, In the 1880s, a lamplighter in Flatbush, New York used a clock, wire, and 10-pound stone to wake up.
Death By Acting
Gareth Jones died of a heart attack on the set of Underground, inspiring one of television's greatest improvisations.
Death By Conducting
Jean-Baptiste Lully is one of the few famous musicians or composers who accidently murder themselves.
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