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Okay, kill this thread if it's redundant, but I think Australian Daily Soap "Home and Away" is a total death trap, possibly because of cheap sets full of toxic plastic sets.

 

Here's the proof:

In 2006: Belinda Emmett dead of cancer at 32 - press link is obsolete, but it's noted on the forum

Right now: Johnny Ruffo, diagnosed with cancer at 29, now 32

In 2014: Tessa James has Hodgkin's lymphoma at 23, but survives

In 2017: Jessica Falkholt, in a deadly car crash at 29 (she was dizzy because of the toxic fumes)

In 2018: Catherine Godbold dead at 43 of cancer

In 2018: Cornelia Frances dead at 77 of bladder cancer

Also in 2018: Olivia Deeble, hospitalized with a brain swelling at 18

In 2019: Ben Unwin, "found dead" at 41

In 2019: Joel McIlroy charged with assault, blames it on his Huntington's disease

In 2020: Dee Thomas has cancer at 54

In 2020: Mick Innes dead of lung disease at 67

And of course, Heath Ledger's suicide in 2008 because the cancerous fumes gave him depression.

 

Also, here is a list, which is incomplete:

https://home-and-away-soap-opera.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Home_And_Away_actors_who_have_died.

 

Most of those actors/actresses get QOs, and it seems there are about 2 early deaths per year, so maybe it's worth paying more attention to this show.

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Back in 2009 one of the storylines was actually about a cancer cluster in the town - be spooky if there was one in real life.

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9 hours ago, gcreptile said:

And of course, Heath Ledger's suicide in 2008 because the cancerous fumes gave him depression.

 

I thought this was, as with Owen Wilson's suicide attempt, Mary-Kate Olsen's pussy is a natural depressant?

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Home and Away director John Clabburn killed in a freak garden accident:

https://www.fm104.ie/news/buzz/home-and-away-director-john-clabburn-has-died-following-a-freak-gardening-accident/

 

He cut himself off a tree with a saw and apparently injured his hand (cut it off?). He lost so much blood that he died from a cardiac arrest.

I told you, this show is a curse.

 

Edit: This one, of course, also wit QO: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/14584305/home-and-away-director-john-clabburn-hedge-trimmer-sydney/

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35 minutes ago, gcreptile said:

Home and Away director John Clabburn killed in a freak garden accident:

https://www.fm104.ie/news/buzz/home-and-away-director-john-clabburn-has-died-following-a-freak-gardening-accident/

 

He cut himself off a tree with a saw and apparently injured his hand (cut it off?). He lost so much blood that he died from a cardiac arrest.

I told you, this show is a curse.

 

Edit: This one, of course, also wit QO: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/14584305/home-and-away-director-john-clabburn-hedge-trimmer-sydney/

Must of been a horrendous death poor bloke, agree the show really is cursed wouldn’t be surprised if Johnny Ruffo snuffed it in next few years as well only 33 but currently suffering from his 2nd Brain Tumour. Still there is always Alf aka Ray Meagher he seems to have been ancient forever thought he was past it in the 90’s when i watched Home and Away religiously, dip in occasionally now and he is still going, just looked he is ‘Only’ 76 thought he was older than that he will probably outlive them all, though saying that he has had heart problems recently too. Cursed everyone of them. 

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18 minutes ago, Fergie86 said:

Must of* been a horrendous death .............

 

Must have* or must've*

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Paul Bearer said:

 

Must have* or must've*

 

 

 

 

Or musta... :P

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