Photos Just Taken Before Tragic Deaths

 

Tragedy happens even if you have witnesses.

Here are photos taken just before the tragic deaths of the subjects.

Source: Borde Panda

Lady Diana – Princess Of Wales – in 1997, Just Before The Fatal Crash

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R. Budd Dwyer – Ex Treasurer Of Pennsylvania, Before Being Accused Of Bribery He Shot Himself On His Televised Trial

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Christopher McCandless’es – The Man From “Into The Wild” –  Lived In An Abandoned Bus For Over 100 Days. And though still debated he is said to die of starvation.

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One of the Last photos of Titanic – Before 1500 People Died

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Parkour Enthusiast Pavel Kashin lost his balance and fell to the ground

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Paul Walker and His Driver Died Just After this Photo – Car Crash

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Just After the Take Off One Of The Plane’s Engines Caught Fire

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James Dean Getting Gas For His Porsche 550 Spyder Just Before The Car Crash He Died

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Nicholas Mevoli – Attempted To Dive 236 ft Deep. Passed Away Just After He Gave the O.K. Sign.

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West Milford – A Hiker Took This Photo And Attacked By the Bear

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The Woman In Red Commited Suicide Just After This Photo was Taken

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Robert Overcracker – To Raise Awareness For The Homeless He Drove A Jet Ski But His Parachute Failed To Deploy.

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Keith Sapsford (14-Year-Old) Wanted to Fly to Japan from Sydney by hiding in the Wheel of the Plane and An Amateur Photographer Accidentally Took a Photo of Him While He was Falling from the Plane

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Watch This Videos Taken Just Before The Tragic Deaths of the Subjects

 

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