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  1. Guest

    Osama Bin Laden

    I'm surprised Osama bin Laden wasn't on this year's deathlist. While he's proven pretty resilient since getting more than he bargained for post-911, I'd say with a US election in November, there's a good chance the Americans will manage to blow up whatever mountain hole Osama is squirreled away in. And in the end, that's probably good news for him, what with all those virgins waiting for him in the afterlife . . .
  2. This is a bit "left-field", but Leonid Stadnick (Ukraine) should be considered for forthcoming DealthLists. Although he's only in his late 30s, he is currently the world's tallest man. His height appears to have now stopped at 8 ft 5ins, although earlier estimates have gauged him as reaching 9ft+. I'm not sure what happened over the last year to stop his growth, but THINK he had brain surgery (or treatment) to suppress a pituatry anomoly. From documentaries etc, he appears in pretty good health, however the increased mileage of bloodflow around his body places a huge burden on his heart. Personally, I hope he bucks the Giantism trend (of dying young).
  3. Sir Creep

    Lone Rhinoceros

    Being that the entire species (all variations) may well be extinct in our children's' lifetimes, I figured we could count them down, 1 by 1. We lost two bloody black rhinos just this month. Denver Zoo officials are mourning the loss of a 21-year-old black rhinoceros after the animals health caused the zoo to euthanize him. Zoo officials say since 2014 they have tried 20 different procedures and therapies to alleviate the critically endangered animals foot problems, including customized boots. Mshindi was born at the zoo in 1993. His name means warrior or champion in Swahili. The rhino was taught to hold a paint brush in his mouth and create paintings that were then sold to raise money for rhino conservation. SirC http://www.gjsentinel.com/breaking/articles/21-year-old-black-rhinoceros-dies-at-denver-zoo
  4. Canadian Paul

    Abdul Qadeer Khan

    Abdul Qadeer Khan, the Pakistani atomics expert, has prostate cancer. It is one of the more helpable forms of cancer, and supposedly he's getting the best medical treatment, but it's one to keep an eye on in the "Names" thread anyhow.
  5. Putin

    Christopher Tolkien

    He is the son of J.R.R. Tolkien. He is 94 years old and drew the original maps of Middle-Earth and finished The Silmarillion after his father died, and written many other books.
  6. little sister

    Robert Mugabe

    Not a well man (allegedly) - might be worth a long shot. love and kisses little sister
  7. post mortem

    David Bowie

    Now its easy to predict that someone over 80 is going to die. The real skill is getting someone under 60 http://www.deathlist.net/forums/public/style_emoticons/#EMO_DIR#/ph34r.png I am sure the doctors have patched him up but he may be one to watch. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/music/3878889.stm
  8. Grim Reaper

    28. Jimmy Greaves

    The Jimmy Greaves thread.
  9. honez

    Jimmy Savile

    Any news on Jimmy Saville's well-being? A possible contender for the 2005 list perchance? He'd be getting a bit snaggle-toothed by now.
  10. Lady Die

    Elvis Presley

    The King died on his throne exactly 28 years ago. Bookmakers have revealed that wagers have all but dried up from fans betting that Elvis Presley is still alive. Over the years bookmakers William Hill have taken thousands of bets that Elvis will be found alive, but in the last year fans have stopped placing bets. Bookmakers have now lengthened the odds of Elvis being found alive from 100/1 to 1000/1. "The biggest odds we have ever given was a Elvis related bet, we offered 14 million to one that Elvis will crash land a UFO into Loch Ness hitting the monster," said bookmaker Rupert Adams. "It is perhaps the end of an era, where even his most ardent fans no longer believe that Elvis could have remained hidden for so long."
  11. Grim Reaper

    Terry Jones

    The Terry Jones thread.
  12. Bury The Bastard

    James Brown

    The Godfather of soul has prostate cancer. He has told doctors 'I don't feel good' and will be going for surgery next week.
  13. BirdieNumNums

    1. Prince Philip Duke Of Edinburgh

    If anyone deserves to die its that damn W**ker that QE2 is married to. Yep, you got it in one, Prince Philip ( Mountbatten) of "foot in mouth" fame. Apart from that, what else is he famous for? Marrying the Queen, big deal! The sooner that bugger is relegated to the earth, the happier I'll be. At his age, hopefully I shouldn't have too long to wait! *fingers crossed*
  14. Guest

    Margaret Thatcher

    As an inveterate thanatologist I have been enjoying your website for a number of years and this is the best yet! 13! well done - and the year isn't over yet. My money's on the pope..... For next year's list I would like to suggest Margaret Thatcher as I believe she will not last v. long without her precious Denis. She is already looking very frail (good thing you cannot see the smirk on my face as I write this) so I hope she lasts until January at least. Keep up the good work! all the best, Kate
  15. Guest

    7. George P. Shultz

    Secretary of State under President Richard Nixon. Born 1920.
  16. BrunoBrimley

    21. Abdelaziz Bouteflika

    I predict that he will die and that many will be surprised. Glad to see he's on thee list
  17. She's quadraplegic and she set off today to sail the channel single handed. Can you be 'handed' when nothing below the neck works? Anyway, it's brave to the point of suicidal since she's dependent on blowing through straws to steer herself. There's some damn big ships going up and down that sea lane, it'll be dark part of the time. Etc etc.
  18. Spade_Cooley

    Norm MacDonald

    Maybe a thread only I'll post in but fuck it. As stated before on here, one of the funniest men of the past 50 years, Norm MacDonald, is a xans-addled gambling addict prone to breakdowns every time one of his projects gets cancelled early (which is every one of them). And now there's a lot of speculation he is seriously ill. This recent tweet of him plugging some gambling site on Twitter was responded to with endless gifs of zombies and Michael Jackson in" Thriller". This is what he looked like just three years ago:
  19. Grim Reaper

    Valery Giscard d'Estaing

    The Valery Giscard d'Estaing thread.
  20. The Old Crem

    Sarah Harding

    Girls Aloud star reveals she has secondary Breast Cancer at age of 36. Horrible Horrible news. Considering it has spread I feel she warrants her own thread.
  21. rontonplon

    Mikis Theodorakis

    96 today. He is reportedly in frail condition. https://www.facebook.com/MikisTheodorakisMikesTheodorakes/posts/365859268244497
  22. Guest

    Donald Rumsfeld

    Yeah, he`s 73 - which I know is comparatively young by the standards of this site - but to be honest, don`t we all want him to die an excruciating death, i.e. being eaten alive by ants over a period of a week while chained to a tree and having his eyes gouged out ?? Or is this just wishful thinking ?? cheers, the authority.
  23. msc

    John Hume

    Ok, someone who doesn't have their own thread and should, not only on notability but also on health. John Hume, Nobel Prize winner, was a leading Northern Irish politician (leader of the SDLP) and a key figure in the Good Friday Peace Agreement. He is also seriously ill now, having been diagnosed with dementia a number of years ago. He was able to get out and about to funerals and the like as recently as 2 years ago, but the first public seeds of his health really going downhill appeared when his wife had to make a statement on the death of Martin McGuinness earlier this year instead. Now, he is unable to attend screenings of films in his own honour. One to watch intently, and with a good deal of name relevance for updates, I give you this thread for 2 reasons. 1. He is an exceptionally Deathlist worthy name, and one whose health should be watched. And politicos/journos give a steady update on him being "badly ill", "if only he could see X" etc etc. 2. I stumble across health updates on him at least six times a year, and lose track of where to place them because updates on the man are in about 10 different threads now. So he gets his own. ...I'm going too guess there's a Peter Falk joke in 5...
  24. Crispy

    Saddam Hussein

    Would there be a call to put Saddam on the list for next year? He may be executed for his past actions?
  25. Death Impends

    Ed Asner

    Two ailing MTM alum in a row: Ed Asner in hospital for exhaustion. Hope he turns out fine; it seems that'll be the case.

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