1. Aerial view of the Jonestown mass suicide.
This woman in this photo is actually dead. Her husband took it two days after she passed away. There’s no word on what her cause of death was.
A little Polish girl who grew up in a concentration camp drawing a picture of “home.”
This man is unable to get off the subway tracks in New York City with a train bearing down.
A group of friends in Beirut, Lebanon, moments before a car bomb explosion, and then moments after. (The bomb was in the gold car you see in the first photo.)
23-year-old Evelyn McHale’s body after leaping from the Empire State Building and landing on a United Nations limousine. Some call this picture “the world’s most beautiful suicide.”
Shell-shocked soldier in the trenches of the First World War.
The decomposing remains of a girl who got lost and died in the pitch blackness of the Odessa Catacombs in Ukraine.
The aftermath of a horrifying car accident in 1945.
Hospital cameras caught some sort of dark spirit looming over a patient one night. The patient died a few hours later.
The body of John Torrington.
Loana the Bloodthirster after her death in 1909. Allegedly she died from drinking her own blood.
The remains of a victim of spontaneous human combustion.
Shadows of people vaporized when the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima.
Aftermath of the 1997 Heaven’s Gate suicide in San Diego, California.