The fractures in the skull and his death at an early age have fueled many theories about his death. The two main theories are Tutankhamen was murdered or he died of natural causes. The oldest of these theories is he was murdered by one of his subjects. This theory is due in large part to the fracture found on his skull. Bob Brier, an Egyptologist from Long Island University, presents the theory that Ay, one of Tutankhamen’s advisors, murdered Tutankhamen to usurp the throne (King Tut One.com, 2013).
Kennedy shot, but his death is still seen as controversial. Investigations have raked over all evidence given in original testimonies, all witnesses, and all possible coverage of the assassination. Everyone was shocked at the murder of such a great man, and the nation was weary to believe the government after seeing and hearing the controversial footage. The original death statement released from the U.S. government explained that Kennedy had been stuck at the back his head with a bullet. No witnesses saw a lurch forward from the fatal shot though.
According to the Archeologist who uncovered the body their educated guess became much more than estimation after noticing two major abnormalities in the skeleton. For one King Richard’s notable curved spine was apparent in the remains, also the late king was killed by massive head trauma from Henry Tudor’s sword or shield, and there were notable skull fractures on the uncovered skeleton as according to the archeologist report. After tracking down one of Richard’s sister’s known living descendants, DNA results concluded that the remains did in fact belong to the infamous King Richard the
400 years age, killing was a part of everyday, natural life. The people of these times believed that to have your father be murdered and runaway and not do anything to find out who has killed your father, the King of Scotland, was very cowardly. The audience was expecting Malcolm to become King of Scotland and then find out who murdered his father. Then he would have them either killed or throw in prison. This did not happen so the audience must think Malcolm and Donalbain are
There have been debates about his death and some even still continue today. Both sides have remarkable evidence supporting each theory. However, no one is sure of which argument is impeccable. “On June 16th, 1959 at approximately 1:59 a.m. George Reeves was found dead with a bullet to his head. When the police arrived at the scene they had verified that Reeves’ death was a suicide.” (The Unsolved Death and Mysterious Afterlife of Televion’s “Superman”…George Reeves!)
In 1966 Charles Whitman killed 16 and injured 33 at the University of Texas. Later there were notes found written by Whitman asking for an autopsy because he knew something was wrong with his brain. After analyzing it was revealed that a nickel size abnormality close to the amygdala in his brain, which is the primary emotion center. Decades since it is still not that simple with the technologies of MRI and CT scan. The Prefrontal Cortex communicating with the amygdala puts it in over drive when there is a threat and if there is no threat the prefrontal will calm down, being that if the communication is faulty that message won’t get through.
Once he had his much desired position as ruler he killed anyone who could possibly take his place. There are speculated reasons as to why he did this, one of the reasons could be because he was paranoid that someone would try to kill him and take over as king. Another reason Alexander could have killed of possible suitors was because he wanted complete and total domination of the Empire. Although he was king there were a few details that Alexander didn’t check into when he became king. He though that with the death of his father he would gain everything that his father possessed but in reality he never got full possession of Corinthian League, which was created by king Phillip after Macedonia victory over the Greeks which establish control over the Greeks and to make them provide soldiers for the expedition to Asia.
The assassination hurt not only himself, his family but also a nation. There were many theories that why he was shot. Till now, more than 40 years after Martin Luther King’s death, this event remains controversial today. However, his death caused some short term effects as well as long term effects to US citizen
He thinks he gets to see his family again, and that’s a sign of guilt, and betrayal to his loved ones, and for the people that have been there for him. The main point of this story, and why, or why not Peyton Farquhar should have been hanged is he showed an act of hate toward the country, and it is very ignominy (unit 4, page 52) of him to do so. This is a main concern because if you’re in another country, and you do something to hurt it then why be in the country harming other lives over someone telling you to do something that would
Answer: Macbeth's ability to murder got him his position. Then his ability to murder lost him his position. If he had stuck with just one murder then he would still be king. But he had to kill everyone so it's ultimately his fault that he lost his throne. He went overboard.