1000 Ways to Die (2008–2012)
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Life Will Kill You 

1000 Ways to Die looks at the following cases: "#208 Semi-cide" a man is run over by a semi and cut in half, "#422 Construction Accident" a man buried alive in three tons of sand, "#92 Fang... See full summary »

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Thom Beers ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
Howard Oliver ...
Himself - Forensic Pathologist (as Dr. Howard Oliver)
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Himself - Animal Trainer & Venemous Snake Specialist
William C. Wysock ...
Himself - Tesla Technology Research
Cyrus Rangan ...
Himself - Director of Toxics Epidemiology Program, Los Angeles County (as Dr. Cyrus Rangan)
Mike Staley ...
Himself - Accident Survivor
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Jessica Baron (as Meggie Welch)
Florian Kashani ...
Jeff Stewart
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Richard Paxton (credit only)
Tico Clark ...
Brother (credit only)
Lee Grossman ...
Frank Soriano
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Mark Vogel
Kristine May ...
Laurie Pathausen
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Bobby Joe
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Eddie Patterson
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1000 Ways to Die looks at the following cases: "#208 Semi-cide" a man is run over by a semi and cut in half, "#422 Construction Accident" a man buried alive in three tons of sand, "#92 Fang Banged" a man who fell on a poisonous rattlesnake and was bit on the chest, "#832 Lesbocution" a woman who is electrocuted by walking barefoot into an electrified puddle, "#125 Love Bugged" a reptile and insect collector who was bit by a black widow spider, and "#640 Tumble Die" a hospital repairman is caught in a industrial strength dryer. It also looks at the case of a paramedic who survived after he was hit by a runaway car at the Dayton Speedway. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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14 May 2008 (USA)  »

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Interesting but disrespectful
27 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It is disgusting to me how the narrator speaks of these people who died in unusual ways. He calls them "idiots" etc. His attitude is really ugly and disheartening. It's like a video depicting the Darwin Awards with a nasty narrator. For example the first person to die in the first episode was a man who was trying to fix his truck and was laying on the road to do it. A semi came by and ran over his body cutting it in half. The man was still alive and moaning. He died 3 hours later but the narrator calls him an idiot. So the guy didn't make the smartest choice in fixing his truck but I think he was punished beyond necessary for it and the narrator just adds insult to injury by calling him an idiot.


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