1. The RoofFuckers
In 2007, a cab driver found the naked bodies of a young man and young woman at the base of a 50-foot building in Columbia, S.C. Later, authorities found their clothing on the roof, leading them to believe the couple fell to their deaths while having sex.
2. Jennifer Strange
A strange death for Jennifer Strange indeed. Jennifer Strange, seen on the right, died of water intoxication while trying to win a Wii console in a Sacramento radio station’s “Hold Your Wee for a Wii” contest. It involved drinking large quantities of water without urinating. Strange finished second.
3. The Starcraft Death
In 2005, a 28-year-old Korean, Lee Seung Seop, collapsed and died after playing the video game Starcraft for nearly 50 hours at an Internet cafe
4. Grizzly Man And His Girlfriend
Environmentalist Timothy Treadwell loved grizzly bears so much that he lived with them in Alaska during 13 consecutive summers. In 2003, one of them killed and then partially consumed him, and also killed his girlfriend. Treadwell was the posthumous subject of the documentary film “Grizzy Man.”
5. The Pizza Bomber
When pizza deliveryman Brian Wells was caught after robbing an Erie, Penn., bank in 2003, he told police he’d been coerced by people who’d placed a bomb around his neck. The bomb exploded. Four years after his death, police said Wells had been part of the plot all along.
6. Cher’s Hubby
Singer Sonny Bono survived years of marriage to Cher, intense local politics in Palm Springs, Calif., and campaigns for the U.S. House of Representatives, only to be killed in 1998 when he hit a tree while skiing.
7.The Dumb Lawyer
At an after-work party in 1993, Canadian attorney Garry Hoy was showing a group of visiting law students how unbreakable the windows were in the Toronto-Dominion Bank Tower. He threw himself against one and it held. He did it again, and it gave way. Hoy plunged 24 stories to his death.
8. R. Budd Dwyer
In 1987, Pennsylvania State Treasurer R. Budd Dwyer held a news conference after being convicted of public corruption. He pulled a large pistol from a manila envelope, stuck the barrel in his mouth and pulled the trigger — on live television.
9. Great Actor Indeed
In 1987, actor and comedian Dick Shawn was on stage performing in San Diego when he had a heart attack and died. For several minutes the audience thought it was part of the act.
10. Death By Helicopter
Actor Vic Morrow, seen here in the TV movie “The Glass House,” was perhaps best known for starring in the popular ’60s TV drama “Combat.” In 1982, while filming the movie version of “Twilight Zone,” Morrow was decapitated by a helicopter blade.
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