Forensic pathologist Charmaine van Wyk said: “Death has always fascinated people, and since ancient times in recorded history, we have temples and gods to honor death and the dead. died”. pass by it and know nothing about it.

“So we conjure up heaven and hell to try to make the unknown more known, it’s comforting to think we know what happens when we die.”

Understanding the worst way to die is an ongoing obsession online. There are over 620 million results for “worst way to die” on Google. TikTok has countless videos of people sharing stories of horrific deaths.
Posts on social platforms like Reddit discussing the most gruesome and painful ways of dying regularly go viral. One post from 2019 had more than 11,000 comments from people suggesting worst ways to do it.

The stories tell of a man who slipped into a “boiling acid geyser” in Yellowstone to save his dog, a girl whose hair got tangled in a lathe, and a man who had a cable cut in half.

Hugo Avalos Chanon is a cleaning contractor in Mexico. Hugo Avalos Chanon appeared in the news following his untimely death at his workplace, Federal Meat Distributor, on April 29, 2013.

He also passed away on April 29, 2013. At the time of his death, he was 41 years old. He died of negligence at a meat processing plant called Interstate Meat Distributors Inc. There are no details about his family, parents and siblings. He also never shared any information about his educational background and qualifications.

Alan Catterall he got lost in a big furnace
Relatives of Alan Catterall, 54, wept as plastic kayak maker Pyranha Moldings became one of the first companies in the country to be convicted after a five-week trial.

Pearl, Mr Catterall’s widow, said: ‘I am very pleased with the verdict and hope it is a turning point for other cases like this.

‘But that doesn’t change the fact that Alan is no longer with us and his family miss him dearly. He missed his son’s wedding and the birth of his grandson and would not see his two daughters married.

‘Alan was a hard-working, dedicated man and he gave Pyranha Moldings everything. It’s heartbreaking that they haven’t acknowledged any flaws in their health and safety procedures.’