I think that king tut was murdered because people say that when they found his body there were some kind of liquid in his body that could 've been poisoned.Another way is he had a blood clock in the back of his head right by his neck.Other theories that people believed is whoever might of done it did it to take over and run egypt.And whoever was planning this must 've been planning it for years.This is why i think he was murdered. I also think that king tut was murderd because the broken bones that he had looked very bad.One of the fractors that he had was a broken knee and it’s very hard and takes a lot of strength and energy to brake yor knee.And a blood clock in his head means he couldoved been hit or smacked hard to the floor.And if someone poisend him then it would haved have to been one of his servents .Or someone lower than him that served
Holden has so many courteous words to describe Allie. The impact of losing his brother seems to be very difficult for Holden. Salinger uses Allie’s death to show that cancer, primarily pediatric cancer, has a huge effect on the child’s family. Holden continues on stating that when he was thirteen “...they were going to have me psychoanalyzed and all, because I broke all the windows in the garage. I don’t blame them.
On March 1st, 1932, the child of Charles and Anne Lindbergh, Charles Augustus Lindbergh, was kidnapped from his home at only 20 months old, and later found with a crushed skull not far from the Lindbergh household. This kidnapping and murder sparked one of the biggest criminal investigations in American History, and was even dubbed “The Trial of the Century”. In the end, a German immigrant named Bruno Hauptmann was convicted and executed for the murder and kidnapping of Charles Augustus Lindbergh. But controversy has been spurred over this investigation, questioning the guilt of Hauptmann; after all, Hauptmann did claim innocence to the very end. Could this man have killed a baby, his execution being the result of an anti-foreigner America,
This power of fatality can also be seen in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s short story, “The Birthmark,” a scientist, named Aylmer creates a risky and unreliable potion that was expected to remove his wife’s birthmark but, it ultimately kills her. The saw and Aylmer’s power can be defined as the difference between life and death, in other words fate deciding. With this power also comes intimidation because being the cause
Kurt Cobain: Murder or Suicide? For decades, the death of Kurt Cobain has cast a shadow over the world of rock music. Kurt Cobain 's untimely suicide transformed him into a martyr who has come to represent much more than he might have ever intended or thought he could. Kurt Cobain is legally recognized to have committed suicide; however, several conspiracy theories have surfaced suggesting that the frontman of Nirvana was murdered.On April 8, Cobain 's body was discovered at his Lake Washington Boulevard home by electrician Gary Smith who had arrived to install a security system. Apart from a minor amount of blood coming out of Cobain 's ear, the electrician reported seeing no visible signs of trauma, and originally believed that Kurt Cobain
During the 20th century, many people lived in fear of HIV. There was no cure. Magic Johnston was told he was going to die because of HIV, and he even quit basketball because of it and lived in fear. But look at him now. He 's still alive and still has HIV.
(Byford,p.235) James Bulger was just three years old when he was abducted and killed by two ten year old boys, Jon Venables and Robert Thompson. They grabbed him from a shopping mall, walked with him through the suburbs of Bootle and Walton, then took him to a secluted area on train tracks and killed him. This case attracted media attention, for the reaon of the murderers being only ten year old. In the trial 38 witness testified, that they saw the three boys and most of them saw that Bulger was in distress. But only a few of them intervened but not to the extent that they saved Bulger.
The investigators related his death to the use of anabolic steroids. At first, he started to feel euphoria upon consuming the drugs. Then, when he tried to stop them, he faced different problems such as depression, low self esteem, and the inability to concentrate. At the end, he chose to commit suicide. So what’s the issue
The stories “A Day’s Wait” and “Stolen Day” have many similarities. One similarity is Schatz and the boy from”Stolen Day” both believed they were going to die from a sickness. Schatz believed he was going to die because he overheard his friends talking about the normal body temperature of a human but, in degrees Celsius. Schatz thought he would die because the doctor told Schatz’s father his temperature was 102 degrees Fahrenheit. The boy from “Stolen Day” believed he was going to die because he thought he had inflammatory rheumatism.
The topics in which have been discussed is his health and sickness from the beginning to the end and how he was healthy in the beginning to dying in the end from the Typhoid fever. I have also talked about how he is nice and tried to take his best friends body to Wisconsin from Ohio to his father. In order to get him there he would have to send him off on a train but instead things did not go down as how he assumed it would. The odor of the cheese got so bad they tried so many techniques to get rid of it. He never got his bestfriends Hackett’s body to his father because the narrator also ended up dying.
Another way King Tut could have died is from illness. Also, in King Tut 's family line there was a lot of illness around him had malaria so he was always around illness. Next, King Tut suffered from a bone disease called avascular bone necrosis that deprived him of his blood supply which leads to the destruction of an area of a bone. So that would explain the destruction of his skull and the destruction of his ribs,pelvis,knee cap, and his right foot.But the huge clue is that he only has destruction on his right side of his body which is weird because the disease he has doesn 't affect only one side of his body. King Tut could’ve died from a chariot race.
Those are just some of the questions people ask and here are the answers. So the first question is “ does Jr suffer through the death of his dad? Well, many people would say no because it was sixteen years ago, there is no avoiding the truth “did Jr truly suffer” and the answer is yes he did suffer and still does, but it is understandable his dad died in a race when he was in first place and going around the fourth turn and then crashed. It was the most tragic thing to happen. Plus on the fourteenth anniversary a fan tweeted their condolences and remembrances of Dale Sr. that date of his dad’s death was the most emotional day ever for everyone.
But, the damage to his skull most likely occurred during the mummification process, after his death. Then how did he die? A CT scan was performed and it was found that he had a broken leg and a large chest wound. Some suggest he could have fallen off his chariot while hunting, but Professor Albert Zink, scientific
He went into emotional instability. Finally Charlie could die like Algernon died.Algernon died after his surgery wore off due to smoothing of the cerebral convolutions. This could still happen to Charlie causing his death. Charlie told us,”I get awful headaches and aspirin doesn’t help me much”(p. 339). This is an example of the awful pain Charlie
They find Nancy’s dad, stricken with cancer. Then, they visit Jerry’s mother, who is grieving due to the failing crops. Dalgard finds that the virus is still spreading in the facility, sometimes alternating rooms. Chapter 14 Medusa: Thomas finds that a filovirus is in the blood serum, and becomes paranoid that he may have contracted the Marburg or even worse. He is scared that he and Jahrling may have smelled a level 4 agent.