10 Unbelievable Ways The Royals Died
Throughout history, there have been many examples of royalty and nobility who have met with unexpected and often bizarre ends.
From kings and queens who died from eating too much seafood to monarchs who were assassinated in public, the deaths of these historical figures are often shrouded in mystery and intrigue. These deaths range from Final Destination-esque scenarios to plain fatuousness. These deaths show us how even royalty is not immune to absurd incidents too nonsensical to sound real.
In this post, we will explore ten bizarre ways in which historical royals and nobles died. From King Henry I of England to Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, these deaths are sure to surprise and fascinate you. So grab a cup of tea and join us as we delve into the mysterious world of royal and noble deaths and see just how bizarre these endings really were.
Eating An Eel?
King of England, Henry the first died in 1135 after eating a large quantity of lampreys, a type of eel. The king became sick and died a few days later, leading some to speculate that he may have been poisoned. However, it is also possible that he simply died from food poisoning.
The Mystery Of The Red Poker
Edward the second, king of England was deposed in 1327 and later died under mysterious circumstances.It is speculated that his exact cause of death was a red hot poker being inserted into his anal cavity. However, the cause of Edward’s death is still a matter of debate among historians.
Poisoned To Death
Charles II king of Spain was the last of the Habsburg dynasty and he was known for his physical and mental disabilities. He died in 1700 at the age of 39 after a long illness, and some historians speculate that he may have been poisoned.
Death By Toilet
King of Great Britain, George II died in 1760 after suffering a ruptured aorta while on the toilet. According to accounts of…