It's estimated that in one hour, Genghis Khan's army killed 1,748,000 people.
In the 'old days' men and women used a Laff Riot of deadly substances for cosmetics, which would often lead to their insanity and death.An autopsy revealed he had 3 massively blocked heart arteries.In ancient Japan, it was thought that somewhere on the tail of a cat there was a single hair that would restore life to a dying person.The show was never broadcast to the public because it'd be kinda funny.who wrote "The Complete Book of Running" and lectured about how running and a healthy diet would promote longevity, dropped dead from a heart attack while running.Much cheaper :)In 1355, when King Pedro of Portugal was crowned, he dug up his mistress to have her properly honored as queen. William Kemmler was the first person to be executed in the electric chair in 1890, at Auburn Prison in New York. The executioner had to administer several rounds of juice while Kemmler kicked, seared, smoked, thrashed and convulsed, finally dying after 8 minutes. Both are in sealed test tubes; one is in a lab in Moscow and the other is at the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Loyal subjects bowed before the decorated corpse and had to kiss her hand. An autopsy showed he literally cooked to death, from the inside out. Three separate drugs are used, starting with a barbiturate which knocks the victim out. The first drive-in mortuary was opened in Atlanta in 1968 by Hirschel Thornton. From the 1850s to the 1880s, the most common reason for death among cowboys in the American West was being dragged by a horse while their foot was still caught in the stirrups. The last reported case of smallpox in the world was in 1978 in England, when the virus accidentally escaped from a lab.
" (my darned cough) which sounded to officers like "Massacrez tous! The Cunard Line, which owns the Queen Elizabeth II, has a service by which relatives can book passage for deceased if they want to be buried at sea.
Here in Chicago we just put them in a sack and throw them in the river. Tens of millions of people died of smallpox but now there are only two live samples of the virus left in the world.
Relatives would sometimes bring a cat to the dying person, letting them pluck a hair to try their luck.
So they'd die anyway, but with a cat swatting their face with their claws.
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