Top 10 Most Shocking Deaths in History

Death is the biggest and most real truth of this world. But there have also been some deaths in history which are a shock to all of us till now. Whoever is born in this world has to die one day, whether he is the richest person of this world or the poorest. Death, an unavoidable extinction, is a mortality shared equally by rich and poor. Even though no one has been able to control the deaths and never will, there have been some deaths that the world still remembers.

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We want you to find out and relive all the top 10 tragic deaths here, which can hollow out and shock you to some surreal extents:

1Young Thai Queen Sunandha Died From Drowning

Siam is now known as Thailand, a country that has strict rules about the monarchy. The rules are so strict there that they were considered gods. Rani Sunandha succumbed to such strict laws because she died of drowning as laws forbade anyone to touch the Sunandha and her pain of death. Touching an emperor was a capital crime and when this fatal took place, everyone was bolted.

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In May 1880, Queen Sunandha and her daughter boarded a boat for Bang Pa-In Royal Palace. But unfortunately, they never got there. During the journey, the boat upturned and threw them into the watercourse, but not one of the frightened bystanders risked their lives to save struggling monarchs. Even the royal guards did not make their efforts.

Young Thai Queen Sunandha Died From Drowning

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2Death of Judy Kay Zagorski

In March 2008, a woman named Judy Kay Zagorski thought to go on a boat ride across the Atlantic Ocean near Marathon, Florida. But she did not expect to meet a strange and deadly instance. As the boat looking to cross the blue, sparkling calm sea, a 75lb spotted eagle all of a sudden flown from the sea, seemingly disturbed by the boat’s engine, but forgot the distance and bumped into her.

The bird died on the spot but Judy was thrown down from the boat at a strong force and viciously strapped her head against the deck. Her surprised father instantly threw the boat back to coast and asked the Coast Guard to take her to the hospital. However, Judy Kay Zagorski’s soft neck couldn’t survive the eagle’s sharp-edged thorns, which had sunk deep into her soft tissues. And it led Judy Kay Zagorski to have a fatal wound on her neck. She breathed his last later that same day.

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Death of Judy Kay Zagorski

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3Terry Vance Garner was eaten by his hogs

A 69-year-old US farmer named Terry Vance Garner never returned home after he set out to feed his animals near the Oregon Coast. When he did not return home, his concerned wife went to the farm and found her husband nowhere. Later, she thought that she could see her husband in the pig shed. And it helped her complete a terrible discovery. Small fragments of human bones and his dentures were found scattered on the floor but all his meat was consumed. Police testified that he could either have a heart attack and fall into a shed or lose his control and become a snack.

Terry Vance Garner was eaten by his hogs

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4A girl died after hitting a rock thrown by an elephant in a Moroccan zoo

Morocco’s Rabat Zoo witnessed the tragic death of a 7-year-old girl in 2016. Stories of jumbos killing people in zoos are more familiar to us, but it was certainly an unheard and real incident. In 2016 an unnamed little girl visited the Rabat Zoo with her parents, who were expecting to have a lovely day together at the zoo. But the joyous picnic quickly turned into a catastrophe, when an angry elephant threw a stone at the little girl’s face.

The blow was so strong that it threw her to the ground like a ball. Before she could be taken to the hospital, she breathed her last and died. Park officials later aired a letter describing the incident as strange and unusual.

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A girl died after hitting a rock thrown by an elephant in a Moroccan zoo

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5Massacre of Tashkent wolves

In 1911, a group of 120, including women and children, gathered in the discreet village of Obstipoff for a marriage celebration. After completing the engagement ceremony, the group embarked on 20 miles of horse riding in a city called Tashkent. And they were actually planning to hold a wedding banquet in Tashkent. While crossing the barren icy deserts in St. Petersburg, the unimaginable happened as the group saw a black cloud coming towards them from a hill. Later, they realized that the seemingly dark clouds were a cluster of hungry wolves.

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Shortly thereafter, the horses followed and began running into the city with the wolves in chase. Hundreds of wolves were chasing their targets and the slow running speed of the horses was helping them reach their prey. A frightened man from the group found an idea to slow down the chase of wolves, as he threw away some of women and children of the group. But the idea didn’t work and the wolves continued chasing and slaying their targets. Detecting the danger, the entry of the bride was discussed as a sacrifice of the bride and thought she should be immediately stabbed in the jaws of the cannibal.

With determined horses and a light sled, the horses quickly recaptured their poise and running speed. Although the group was attacked even in the last leg of the journey, the horses stopped the wolves at bay. Only two out of 120 people survived it from the wedding group.

Massacre of Tashkent wolves

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6Fisherman Robert and the fish

In 2016, Robert, an experienced fisherman, rode a boat with his teammates to set sail for the lake, as he had done countless times before. He was a renowned fisherman who has mastery of fishing spots. However, the brunt of his hard work failed one day when he crossed the path after a day with a small stray fish, which not only killed him, but also made his death a matter of speculation and ridicule.

After recognizing a good spot to fish, he and his companions continued to cast nettings and, as usual, streamed the catch. He has a better idea that the fish will take longer to catch and has to keep his mouth shut. But he could not keep his mouth shut and he continued talking. Then, a strange fish jumped from the boat into his mouth before swaying down his gullet.

His terrified friend inhaled for breath before he was to the hospital, where he later succumbed. People who explored this incident said it is inconceivable that a living fish can jump into somebody’s mouth.

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Fisherman Robert and the fish

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7A lethal cremation receipt

An aging Indian man was so stunned to get a fake receipt for his own burning service that he underwent a heart attack and passed away. 70-year-old Frail Than Singh died after getting his cremation receipt. He was a farmer who received an envelope from a neighboring crematorium. The curious old man quickly opened the receipt and found a small acknowledgment, declaring his cremation.

While most of us probably have giggles on faces, Singh was inept to understand that he had been incinerated a week earlier. Then, the old man underwent a colossal heart attack and died after a few minutes. Then, the corpse was delivered to the same crematorium using the same receipt. Whether it was a wrong address mistake or even a prank, but it was tragic.

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A lethal cremation receipt

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8Death of Emily Wilding Davidson

In the 20th century, Davidson gradually gained fame in Britain for her violent attitude towards women’s suffrage. So, it is understandable that she spent time behind bars many times. And at one occasion, she flung herself down ten stairs to distract the focus of the forces from her parallel suffragettes. It was a decline that led to lifelong health difficulties, but she was not done with it.

In 1913, Davidson entered the Epsom Derby, a horse racing event and was standing by the rail. As the horses raced, she rammed under the railing and went on the track in front of King George V’s horse and put her hands up in an apparent effort to grab the limitations. Her purpose was uncertain, but she was crushed on and deceased on 8 June from her wounds.

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Death of Emily Wilding Davidson

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9Wolves came for Horses

There are many examples of wolves attacking and destroying their targets, but one incident can still be a nightmare for us to remember. The attacks of the wolves turned so uncontrollable in the small Russian city of Verkhoyansk. The attacks were so serious that an emergency was declared for better results. The town was surrounded by almost 400 wolves together. Immediately, they entered the outhouses and began to feast on the horses and other animals that they found.

Due to this tragic attack, the region’s representative announced a three-month battle against wolves. The gun lovers quickly opened up their forces and appeared on the streets and prepared the letter to impose a curfew. When the last shot came out, more than 300 horses were killed by wolves and, in turn, about 700 wolves were shot.

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Wolves came for Horses

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10Clash of Sandar and unforgiving donkeys

Sandar was a Hungarian pensioner, who decided to pay a long time for a short trip on his farm. But unfortunately, she chose a bad day when the donkeys were having a difficult family session. As he entered the field, two donkeys immediately followed him, striking out in the air, threatening and proceeding. Detecting the danger, he landed on her mobility scooter, but the scooter was not fast enough to leave the thundering donkeys far behind.

They quickly caught him and dropped him off the scooter. Sandar cried for help, but nothing was there to help him. When he was found, his body was a mass of meat, initially thought to have been withered by a package of wolves. However, the autopsy results show that he was not attacked by wolves and was slayed by donkeys.

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Clash of Sandar and unforgiving donkeys

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