The occupants of these noteworthy graves made sure their final words were memorable.
From Auschwitz to the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, these dark tourism destinations are fascinating—and definitely not for the faint of heart.
Precursors to the story about the girl with the green ribbon were written by Washington Irving, Alexandre Dumas, and more famous authors.
Mystic Manor in Hong Kong Disneyland manages to honor the original Haunted Mansion ride while respecting cultural sensitivities at the same time.
In the 1950s, American counterinsurgents decided to play into Philippine folklore by orchestrating a deadly 'vampire' attack.
'Killers of the Flower Moon' tells the story of the Osage murders, an especially bleak chapter of American history.
“We concluded that birthdays end lethally more frequently than might be expected."
An exploding corpse, a 45-minute car chase, and a horse-related mishap that led to a century-long royal tradition. In this episode of The List Show, host Justin Dodd covers funerals gone wrong.
Poignant, funny, sad, weird, or mean—last words can make quite the impact as we shuffle off the stage of life. Here are 65 notable examples.
Shark attacks are rare—and when they do happen, they’re usually not deadly.
While it’s certainly true that dogs are generally kind spirits, that won’t dissuade them from using you as a charcuterie board upon your death.
Loop Biotech's eco-friendly mushroom coffins are designed to decompose.
From a record-breaking mountain climber to a British adventurer who may have died searching for a city that doesn’t exist and beyond, these explorers have fates that are shrouded in mystery.
The Lincolns weren't alone in the presidential box at Ford's Theater that night.
“The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated” is a little exaggerated itself. Find out the real story behind this famous quote.
Pseudocide only works if no one figures out your secret.
Houseplants can die of old age, but likely not within your lifetime.
The composer suffered from hearing loss and a number of mysterious ailments before his death at age 56. His hair is providing some answers.
In 1975, a woman found her husband dead in a chair after watching a BBC sitcom. He had been laughing for almost a half-hour. Was it merriment that killed him?
Some visitors have chosen Japan’s Aokigahara, or ‘suicide forest,’ as the setting for their final moments—walking in with no intention of ever walking out.
While many reported cases of burials of the living were exaggerated, there are a few cases of people who went into their graves while still breathing.
February 14 is often celebrates as a day of love—but it has also been marked as a day of tragedy.