Westford, MA. Died in an automobile accident. From her obituary in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette (MA) - November 6, 1992 "Miss Goddard was a senior at Westford Academy, where she was a cheerleader and captain of the Senior Girls Powder Puff Team. She also played on the academy softball team and was active in Students Against Driving Drunk. She once worked in the Lowell summer youth employment program at Westford Town Hall."
Cousins Gertrude Loud and Dicy Ream, killed Oct 10, 1904 when on a train trip to see the 1904 World's Fair at St. Louis. On the morning of Oct 10 the train on which they rode collided head-on with a freight train 3 miles east of Warrensburg, Missouri. 29 people were killed.
A baby's body was pulled out of a quarry years ago. The people of Rockport Maine collected money to give the boy a decent burial. People leave toys on the headstone. ((That's so sad but it is nice ppl did such a caring gesture having nvr known the boy--big hearts some strangers do have.))
Grave of Bill Doolin Grave of bank robber Bill Doolin, founder of the Wild Bunch (also know as the Doolin-Dalton Gang). Seen in Summit View Cemetery in Guthrie, Oklahoma."Killed August 25, 1896 near Lawson, Oklahoma Territory by Deputy United States Marshal Heck Thomas and Posse."
Brittanie Cecil - Brittanie died on March 18th as a result of injuries sustained after being hit by a hockey puck at a Columbus Blue Jackets game on March 16th. She did not actually die when the puck hit, but due to a rare injury to an artery that was damaged when her head snapped back upon impact. She is the only recorded fan fatality in NHL history.