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THE 40 MOST GRUESOME DEATHS IN LITERATURE

Nov 19, 2012

Remember those stories you used to write at primary school? You know; the ones that would end cheerily with a sudden ‘and then we all went home for tea’ flourish.

Well, sorry to pop a cap in your imaginative ass, but real life – and proper literature – ain’t like that, sonny. It’s dark, horrid and irredeemably ghastly. Well, some of the time anyway. Most notably at times of death.

Literature has captured this agonising wail better than most art forms. So, stomachs clenched and jaws pulled tight, we offer you the 40 most gruesome deaths in literature.

ALBUS DUMBLEDORE (HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE)
Author: J. K. Rowling

Year: 2005

Did wise old Dumbledore die because he falls from the Astronomy Tower? Because of the killing curse? Or because he’s been poisoned? All three would probably do the trick. The result is much the same – he’s a goner!

Source: Shortlist