Upcoming TV Listings for Curious and Unusual Deaths
Curious and Unusual Deaths Death By Sports
Cleveland Naps shortstop Ray Chapman dies after being hit on the head by a pitched ball; an angler drowns when taking a nap under his truck, which was parked on the beach; tennis star Vitas Gerulaitis dies from carbon monoxide poisoning in a pool house.
Curious and Unusual Deaths Death by Security Measures
A gardener dies when he grabs hold of his electric fence; a retired engineer is killed by his own home booby trap and a saleswoman is electrocuted when she uses the electronic passkey on her hotel room door.
Curious and Unusual Deaths Death by Handiwork
A man dies in his homemade sauna when he becomes trapped inside; a murderer is put to death in the same electric chair to which he made an innovation years earlier, and an amateur repairman is electrocuted while trying to fix his microwave.
Curious and Unusual Deaths Death in New York
How did a city worker die while standing in three-foot deep water? What killed a young woman as she took a nap? How did a graduate student die while walking her dogs? Find out the true stories behind these curious & unusual deaths.
Curious and Unusual Deaths Rich and Famous Deaths
Explores the deaths of dancer Isadora Duncan, who was strangled when her scarf was caught in a car wheel, and actor Brandon Lee, who was killed when a prop gun misfired.
Curious and Unusual Deaths Death By a Remedy
A health enthusiast overdoses on Vitamin A; a man trapped in a closet dies from a bronchial infection and after using a tanning booth, a woman dies from third degree burns.
Curious and Unusual Deaths Death by the Great Outdoors
A world-record-sized kite kills its creator; a copperhead snake makes a burrow in a full beer barrel, killing the campers who drink the beer and a golfer is killed by one of his clubs.
Curious and Unusual Deaths Death From Innocent Pastimes
A student mistakenly dips his gum into a bag of potassium chlorate; a photographer dies from smallpox when the virus is unknowingly released into a building's air vents; a fisherman is electrocuted when a rogue wave hits his boat.