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History Bizarre Deaths Of The 21st Century  

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Ready to be creeped out? Here are some very strange deaths that have occurred during the 21st century. The following list includes some the most unusual ways of dying imaginable. There are lots of strange ways to die, but these might be the strangest deaths of all- unique and extremely rare circumstances that you can think of. Just how weird to do these weird deaths get? Well, we're not talking "natural causes," that's for sure!

Do you know someone who died because a tall Taco Bell sign fell on top of her truck? Did you know about a man who died after taking sexual favors from a stallion? If not, read this list of all the unusual deaths of 21st century people who died in strange ways. But be warned, after being alerted to these weird causes of death, you may see the world around you a whole lot differently. You may not want to be murdered by a Taco Bell sign, but at least it's a lot more interesting way to go than dying peacefully in your sleep.

What are the most unusual deaths of the 21st century? Take a look and see for yourself.

Age 6, died nine months after several of her internal organs were partially sucked out of her lower body while she sat on an excessively powerful swimming pool drain. After several months, surgeons replaced her intestines and pancreas with donor organs. Unfortunately, she later succumbed to a rare transplant-related cancer.

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Alexander Litvinenko is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list Bizarre Deaths Of The 21st Century
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A former officer of the Russian State security service, and later a Russian dissident and writer, died after being poisoned with polonium-210 causing acute radiation syndrome. He is the first known case of deliberate poisoning in this manner. see more on Alexander Litvinenko

Bernd-Jorgen Brandes

From Germany was voluntarily stabbed repeatedly and then partly eaten by Armin Meiwes (who was later called the Cannibal of Rotenburg). Brandes had answered an internet advertisement by Meiwes looking for someone for this purpose. Brandes explicitly stated in his will that he wished to be killed and eaten.

Brian Douglas Wells

A pizza delivery man in Erie, Pennsylvania, was killed by a time bomb that was fastened around his neck. He was apprehended by the police after robbing a bank, and claimed he had been forced to do it by three people who had put the bomb around his neck and would kill him if he refused.

The bomb later exploded, killing him. In 2007, police alleged Wells was involved in the robbery plot along with two other conspirators.