10 Of The Strangest Deaths In History

Tycho Brahe 1546 – 1601

Tycho Brahe, a famous alchemist and astronomer, was known to have an incredibly weak bladder while alive. During a dinner, Brahe was too polite to request the bathroom, so his bladder strained causing a protracted death.

Attila the Hun 406 – 453

Attila the Hun, one of the world’s most famous and ruthless conquerors, was celebrating on the night of his wedding. He married a young girl, then drank and ate far too much. His nose began to bleed, and he ignored it. He drowned in his own blood.