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CURIOUS AND UNUSUAL DEATHS (SEASON ONE)

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Distributed by: Passion Distribution

Every episode presents three of the strangest deaths history has ever recorded – and the science that explains them!

EPISODE #1: AT WORK
A bible salesman is struck by lighting under a cloudless sky, a nuclear scientist accidentally explodes his research, and a lawyer tests a glass window on the 24th floor – all with fatal results.

EPISODE #2: AT HOME
A pet lover falls into a cat dish filled with less than three-inches of water, an impatient man finds a way to make his Lava Lamp work faster, and a brick-layer is provoked to laugh for 25 minutes straight – all with fatal results.

EPISODE #3: IN A CONTEST
Engineering students see who can spit the furthest, a woman places second in a water-drinking competition, and a couple endures 86 hours of holding each other close – all with fatal results.

EPISODE #4: FROM THE DEEP
An arrogant artist eats a poisonous fish, a daredevil challenges Niagara Falls with a barrel and an anvil, and a sunbather gets personal with a giant stingray – all with fatal results.

EPISODE #5: AGAINST THE CLOCK
An unemployed man plays an on-line video game for 50 hours, two stowaways try to fly to China in a wheel well, and famous whisky man Jack Daniels loses his toe – all with fatal results.

EPISODE #6: BY THEIR OWN INVENTION
A hoarder booby-traps his brownstone, a French tailor tests an experimental glider off the Eiffel Tower, and famous scientist, Marie Curie is radiant about her discovery – all with fatal results.