Strange Deaths: More Than 375 Freakish Fatalites

Front Cover
Barnes & Noble Publishing, Jan 1, 2000 - Biography - 126 pages
2 Reviews
  

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

I am also a family member of some one in this book... I am also not happy with this publication. The little excerpt that this person found online an chose to copy in this book is not the actual story nor does it fall into strange or freakish fatalities... It is a story of a baby that was killed in a car accident. I am pretty disgusted at this! 

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

As a family member of Frank Nelson, I am upset to see a story that is so tragic to my family, be smeared in a tacky book created to entertain others. I can see it now: "Hey! Let's take stories that have left families grieving over loved ones they've lost and turn them into a source of entertainment for others and make money off of their pain!"
To me it's disrespectful and it made me sick to see this book. Please, if you do read this, I hope you remember those who were left in pain. Grandmothers, parents, uncles, aunts, cousins, wives and children. Frank was a loving husband, with 4 beautiful daughters and a HUGE family who loved and cared for him. I don't want him to be remembered by the tragic way he passed, but rather for the great man that he was.
 

Contents

Introduction
7
Ill Get Out of This If It Kills Me
9
Fatal Coincidence
15
Love n Marriage
19
God Have Mercy
25
Thats Entertainment or At Least It Was
31
Homes and Gardens
37
Misjudging Machines
43
Fiendish Fur and Feathers
73
Crime and Punishment
81
Do It Yourself
87
Eat Drink and Die Merry
93
Motorised Mayhem
99
Long Pork
105
Number One in a Field of One
109
Final Fiascos
115

Beginnings Middles and Ends
49
Medical Massacre
57
This Sporting Life
65
References
124
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information