Alexander Woolcott was a critic a died in an on-air discussion about Adolf Hitler. He died in 1943 at the age of 56. The cause of death was Myocardial infarction
Boris Sagal was Film Director. He died in 1981 at the age of 58 while shooting the TV miniseries World War III. He walked into the tail rotor blade of a helicopter and was decapitated.
Brandon Lee was a son of American Actor and martial artist, Bruce Lee. He died at 28 when he was shooting the film The Crow. He was performing death scene and his death was not recognized by the crew members they thought that he is still acting. He died in 1993.
Bruce Lee was American actor and martial artist. He is thought to have died by a severe allergic reaction to Equagesic. His brain had swollen about 13%. His autopsy was written as “death by misadventure”. He died in 1973 at the age of 33.
C.B Lansing was flight attendant at Aloha Airlines Flight 243. She was sucked out of an airliner when the bulkhead tore off in mid-flight.
Carl McCunn was German Photographer. He went to a remote lake near the Coleen River in Alaska for wildlife photography in March 1981 but could manage to arrange the pilot to pick him back in August. Rather than surviving he shot himself in the head and his body was later found in February 1982.
She was a TV Journalist and shot herself in a live broadcast on 15th July in 1974. She died at the age of 30.
Christopher Johnson McCandless
Died of starvation near Denali National Park after a few months trying to live off the land in the Alaskan wilderness. His life and death were researched by Jon Krakauer, who then wrote the book Into the Wild which was later turned into a movie. He died at the age of 24 in 1992.