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January 03, 2007

Cause of death - unclear

Crochet_death eBay spectacular: Large hard cover book loaded with black and white photos of gruesome wrecks and events. 175 pages. 166 pictures. 95% Photos!! 5% Words. Photos are much larger than shown here. They range from 4" x 5" to most being full page( 8 1/2" x 10 1/2"). Several are also 2 pages wide. Most show injured/deceased people, many much more graphic/gruesome than can be shown here. There are people thru windshields, missing limbs, decapitation, bodies, head ons, roll overs, fires, car/train wrecks, a camper wreck, and a couple murder/suicide scenes. (Save to your hard drive. These auctions usually disappear after a short while)

Margaret Thatcher. Elizabeth Taylor. Michael J. Fox. Pete Doherty. These are just some of the people who will probably die during the next 12 months. But how will they and others be remembered? B3ta’s 2007 Obituaries challange

Chinese Funerary Burners, the most common singular feature of overseas Chinese cemeteries. (From Pickles and pumpernickel)

British gallows prior to 1900. From a rich site about Capital punishment in Britain

World Map of Countries That Use The Death Penalty

Winners of the 2006 Darwin Awards to be honored posthumously

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I'm pretty sure Illinois abolished the death penalty. Our sleazy Governor at the time was considered for a Nobel Prize because of it.

Posted by: Moon at Jan 4, 2007 1:41:16 PM

New York has the death penalty, although it has been declared unconstitutional and there hasn't been an execution since 1976. We do currently have people on death row, however.

Posted by: monk at Jan 5, 2007 6:29:00 AM