The light, as dim as it is, enters the room from a single window and causes my brow to furrow instinctively. The music from the sci-fi show my husband is watching in the next room is piercing my eardrums with its shrill orchestral flourishes and its prolonged high notes. The thin coat of sweat clinging to my skin is simultaneously soothing and irritating.
If this interminable pain grows any worse, then Death be the black feline perched at the foot of my bed, staring at me with hungry, eager eyes.
I had a migraine headache, and my cat Macha was helping me feel better. However, when one lies in bed in such crippling pain, he or she may tend to think about deathat least a little bit.
And heres where I lamely segue into todays topic: FindADeath.com.
I have a morbidly curious side. I dont want to know, but I want to know...You know? I dont want to see, but I want to see...You see? Some may call me twisted, sick, demented, deranged. I, however, choose to consider myself eccentric.
Thats why I am absolutely HOOKED on FindADeath.com. At this Web site, visitors can read up on all of the inexplicably fascinating, albeit irrelevant details about the demises of their favorite celebrities.
Do you want to know what Jimi Hendrixs last meal was? Do you want to know what Stan Laurels last words were? Do you want to know more about the Poltergeist curse? Its all here, folks. And theres soooo much more.
If youre eccentric in the same sense as I, youll guiltily enjoy looking at the photos of the houses or various other buildings in which certain celebrities passed away. Youll browse the alphabetical list of celebrities and say to yourself, Oh, yeah! I remember that guy. Howd he die? Youll also find the autopsy reports and death certificates of great interest. Youll be at this Web site for hours.
If youre not as eccentric as I am, well, youll probably think Im twisted, sick, demented, deranged. You wont enjoy this site. You will want to stay away from it. I beg you to do so.
Please be advised that, if you do indeed choose to visit FindADeath.com, some of the photographs may be graphic, but there are disclaimers before such material. And since the person who writes most of the material on this site has a dark sense of humorand no attachment at all to the people he is writing aboutthe deaths are written about in a dry, unsympathetic tone. Beware.
Now that I have risen from the ashes of a migraine like the Phoenix from the fire, I shall go back to my hobby of the moment, reading FindADeath.com. Speaking of, maybe Ill read about River Phoenix again....
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