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Almost every day we usually listen dead announce and archaeologist reveal more secrets of the past. Do you have a proper idea of death by re-creation? Man is mortal. When your time comes to die, your heart is filled with fear of death. It is a process of every life.

In addition to that, some unusual deaths in the world have been brought about by the most innocuous, seemingly harmless things Thinkable. Here is a list of 20 unexplained deaths in history these still emotional.

Here Are 20 Unexplained Deaths In History

1. Death by Orange Peel

Death by Orange Peel strange deaths

Bobby Leach was one of the biggest daredevils to ever live. He could regularly perform death-defying stunts. He was only the second person in history to go over the side of the Niagara Falls in a barrel. One day, however, when walking down a quiet street in New Zealand, Leach slipped on an orange peel, broke his leg, and finally died due to complications that he developed afterward.

2. Death by overcoat parachute failure

Death by overcoat parachute failure unexplained deaths

French tailor Franz Reichelt determined to test his invention in 1911, a combination of overcoat and parachute, by jumping off the Eiffel Tower. It didn’t work.

3. Death by re-creation

Death by re-creation unexplained deaths

Some death histories in the world are hard to believe. A 57-year-old Thai woman named Yooket Paen was walking on her farm In 1991. She would live with her small sister. One day she was sleeping in her room to turn on the light. Sadly she was died by electric shock. After death, her small sister was showing some people how it had happened when she was in sleeping mode and died.

4. Death by robot

Death by robot unexplained disappearances

One of the most notable histories of  Robert Williams, who tried to retrieve a faulty part at a Ford Motor’s casting plant, was a famous person for his talent. Do you know Robert is the first man in history who have been killed by a robot?  When he was about to success during the malfunctioning machine reactivated and its arm slammed into his head. Due to extreme pressure on his head, he died instantly in the sport.

5. Death by Scarf

Death by Scarf unexplained disappearances

Isadora Duncan who was famous for her mother of modern dance. One day she was going to attend a dancing party. She was about to reach her destination. Unfortunately, she was killed in a car accident.

6. Death by sheep

Death by sheep unexplained disappearances

Perhaps, you can not believe how it can possible. But It was occurred by the sheep when a woman was going to feed with carrying her flock of sheep on the back of her motorcycle. During that time her hungry sheep charged her bike and knocked her into a deep ravine. In addition, She endured the fall but was killed when her bike landed on top of her.

7. Death from biting one’s tongue

Death from biting one's tongue

Allan Pinkerton was famous for his creating the Pinkerton detective agency. He died of dangerous infection of his tongue. Change your habit of oral mucosa via biting with one’s teeth, this behavior may result in declarations and infections within the oral tissue.  

8. Death on the toilet

Death on the toilet unsolved deaths

Generally, we have known many histories of death on the toilet and some famous people in the world died on the toilet, but one of the most famous American singer named Elvis Presley who died on the toilet. After his death doctors imposed his death to too many prescription drugs.

9. Death while telling a joke

Death while telling a joke unsolved deaths

Dick Shawn who was a famous comedian In 1987 participated on stage making fun of politicians. It is hard to guess when you will die. Dick Shawn proceeded to lay down face first. At the beginning of the joke, the audience thought it was the first part of the joke but it was quickly discovered. Unfortunately, Dick Shawn actually died of a heart attack.

10. Death at a talk show

Death at a talk show unsolved deaths

Jerome Irving Rodale who was a famous advocate of healthy eating and organic farming in the United State. He died of a heart attack while being interviewed on the Dick Cavett Show in 1971.

11. Death by Baseball

Death by Baseball unexplained deaths, paranormal

Baseball is the most popular game in the world. Who doesn’t love baseball to play? A game was continuing between the Cleveland Indians and the New York Yankees on August 6, 1920. When Carl Mays threw a ball towards Ray Chapman that fatally hit his skull. Chapman was one of the most popular league baseball players during that period. He was in fatally injured during the final baseball game.

12. Death by beard

Death by beard unexplained deaths, paranormal

It is hard to believe, Hans Steininger was a beloved mayor of Barunau am Inn back in 1567. He was famous for having the world’s largest beard. Unfortunately, one day there was a fire in the city and being in a hurry he forgot his beard. He died after losing his beard.

13. Death by belly slam

Death by belly slam unexplained deaths, paranormal

“King Kong” Kirk was the most popular British pro wrestler who was squished to death under the belly of Shirly “Big Daddy” Crabtree when he performed his signature “belly Slam”.

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14. Death by bookcase

Death by bookcase unexplained deaths, paranormal

It was one of the notable histories happened When Mariesa Weber had reported a wrong record by her family. During that time no one didn’t think that she would be discovered 11 days later, upside down, behind a bookshelf in her room. Apparently, she and her sister did try to adjust the TV plug by crawling up on top of the shelf. At midnight when she slipped and fell, however, she couldn’t free herself and somehow smothered with her family in the next room.

15. Death by bottle cap

Death by bottle cap Unexplained Deaths In History

Tennessee Williams who was an American playwright died in 1983. Metropolitan police found a bottle cap in his hotel room. Presumably, he had been drinking since early in the morning.

16. Death by cactus

Death by cactus Unexplained Deaths In History

A 27-year-old man named David Grundman and his roommate went out into the desert to shoot cacti in 1982. David was shooting and poking at a saguaro cactus in an attempt to make it fall. Regrettably, for David, his last victim was a 26-foot-tall Saguaro cactus that finally fell and damaged him to death.

17. Death by dessert

Death by dessert Unexplained Deaths In History

King Adolf Frederick who was a famous person in Sweden. He was supposed to eat spicy food but he would always eat dessert food like consisting of lobster, caviar, saurkraut, cabbage soup, smoked herring. He was used to eating 14 servings of his favorite dessert. Finally, he had to face digestive problems.

18. Death by garbage

Death by garbage Unexplained Deaths

It is a heart touching death history. Homer and Langley Collyer were working in a garbage area. They were responsible persons of the garbage area and really found buried beneath all of the things they had stored in their house over the years.

19. Death by necklace bomb

Death by necklace bomb Unexplained Deaths

Who doesn’t love pizza to eat? Perhaps, you all love to eat this (Pizza) delicious food. Brian Wells was a pizza deliveryman, one day he stopped his pizza delivery. Due to this, he had to confess many questions. He told a history about the middle of a bank robbery but no one believed his story after listening. Moreover, he was forced by some people to do it. He tried to understand to the police officers and said a man who was wearing the necklace with a bomb. Sadly, he was dead by cleaving the necklace bomb.

20. Death by giant umbrellas

Death by giant umbrellas Unexplained Deaths

Most famous artists in the world installed a huge array of yellow umbrellas out in the Califonia desert in 1991. This arrangement didn’t continue after. A tourist named Lori Matthews was killed when the wind uprooted one of the umbrellas drove it straight towards her and pounded her into hogging.

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I obtained a Ph.D. in History and Philosophy of Science and currently works as a writer, instructor and independent speaker on topics ranging from the history of medicine to the ethics of future technology. I created and executed the Reilly Top 20 List of Emerging Ethical Dilemmas and Policy Issues in Science and Technology, which has more than a quarter of a million readers worldwide. My work has appeared in international news and commerce markets, and I am currently working on my first book on the public's perceptions of future technology. I have held positions of public dissemination in higher education and I worked as Managing Editor of the journal Studies of History and Philosophy of Science. I teach undergraduate and graduate courses in ethics of science and technology, medical history, science communication, and research ethics.

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