Strange deaths

They say laughter is the best medicine, but apparently, too much of it can kill you. Alex Mitchell of England learned this the hard way after laughing nonstop for 25 minutes during a comedy show called “The Goodies.” He died of heart failure from the lack of oxygen.
American author Tennessee Williams made a habit of holding the cap of his eye drop bottle between his teeth while he inserted his eye drops. This ritual ultimately caused his death one night in a New York hotel room.

 
In an attempt to prove to a group of visitors that the glass of the Toronto-Dominion Centre was “unbreakable,” 38-year-old Garry Hoy threw himself against a window. He fell to his death from the 24th floor when the window popped out of the frame. In his defense, the glass did not break.

 

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