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D-Von, get the table! Goodbye, kid. Hurry back. Note: The line was spoken to his wife, Lauren Bacall, as she left his bedside to pick up her children. She returned to find Bogart in a coma, from which he never regained consciousness. Damn it! How will I ever get out of this labyrinth?

Who: Simon Bolivar , a Venezuelan military and political leader. Who: Napoleon Bonaparte , French military leader and emperor who conquered much of Europe in the early 19th century. He died in exile in Saint Helena on 5 May Wa mael'iislam Note: In , he was conducting a televised speech in Arabic to an audience at a newly-opened cultural centre in Annaba, when his assassin struck. Vielen Dank. Translation: Ah, that tastes nice. Thank you. Who: Johannes Brahms , a German composer and pianist. Note: Spoken after he had a small glass of wine.

Translation: Push on! Translation: How do you expect me to make a living? Who: Mohamed Bouazizi , Tunisian street vendor. Note: Bouazizi set himself on fire on 17 December , in response to the confiscation of his wares and the harassment and humiliation that he said was inflicted on him by a municipal official and her aides. At AM local time, he shouted these words while standing in the middle of traffic, then doused himself with gasoline and set himself alight with a match.

This act of self-immolation became a catalyst for the Tunisian Revolution , and eventually the wider Arab Spring. Je vais ou je vas mourir, l'un et l'autre se dit ou se disent. Who: Dominique Bouhours , French grammarian. Music has been my doorway of perception and the house that I live in. Who: David Bowie , English rock musician. I didn't murder the Hodges family. I've never murdered anybody. I'm going to my death with a clear conscience. I am going to my death having had a great life because of my two great sons, Mike and Doug. Contrary to his claim, overwhelming evidence proved that he did indeed kill William Hodges, his wife Teresa and their two children Winter and Anah, ages 11 and 4.

I have no final statement. Not bloody likely! Who: Unknown British Sergeant Note: Reportedly said during the last stand of the 44th Regiment of Foot, in response to an offer of surrender, shortly before their massacre by Afghan fighters at the Battle of Gandamak. Sarah I miss and need you. Who: Bobbi Kristina Brown , an American reality television and media personality, singer, and actress. Note: Last known tweet to her friend Bess Beckmann before she went into a coma and died months later. I'm going away tonight. Who: James Brown , American singer, songwriter, musician, and recording artist.

Source: Charles Bobbit, Brown's longtime personal manager and friend. Note: James Brown uttered his last words minutes before his death, and then he took three, long quiet breaths and closed his eyes. His very last words were: "I want you to look after my wife… and little man. I'm on fire. I'm burning up. Burning up. I, John Brown, am now quite certain that the crimes of this guilty land will never be purged away but with blood.

I had, as I now think vainly, flattered myself that without very much bloodshed it might be done. Who: John Brown , an American abolitionist. Note: These words were not spoken, but written on a note and handed to a guard right before his execution. His spoken last words are usually considered to be: This is a beautiful country. Whatever the result may be, I shall carry to my grave the consciousness that at least I meant well for my country. I'd like you to give my love to my family and friends.

Who: Ted Bundy , an American serial killer, kidnapper, rapist, and necrophile who assaulted and murdered numerous young women and girls. Note: Those were Bundy's last words before being executed in the electric chair. I'm the problem. Who: David A. Burke Note: Burke replied to the captain of Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight , who inquired what "the problem" was after Burke fired a gun in the cabin of the plane.

Burke shot the pilots and himself, deliberately crashing the flight. On that subject I am coy. Note: Burr was an atheist. His last words were a response to the efforts of his friend, Reverend P. Van Pelt, to get Burr to state that there was a God. Back in no time. Who: William S. Burroughs , American novelist, short story writer, essayist, painter, and spoken word performer. Note: Spoken to a friend as he was being loaded into an ambulance after suffering a heart attack; he was comatose upon arrival at the hospital and never regained consciousness.

I love you, too. Who: George H. Bush , before his death. The corruption of the state shall fall. Governor Taft, you will not be re-elected. The rest of you, you know where you can go. Who: John William Byrd, Jr. Note: Byrd told his family he loved them and that they should keep fighting the death penalty. Who: Lord Byron , British poet. I went the distance. Who: Steve Byrnes , an American television announcer and producer. Note: Final words sent from a tweet.

Min qibal rabi alkaebati, laqad kunt najihatan. Translation: By the Lord of the Ka'bah, I have been successful. Who: Ali ibn Abi Talib , cousin and son-in-law of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, ruling over the Islamic caliphate from to Note: This was spoken after being hit on the head with a poisoned sword, while leading the Morning Prayer, by Ibn Maljam, a fundamentalist.

C [ edit ] Acta est fabula, plaudite! Translation: You too, my child? Suetonius himself, however, actually discounts these claims, and asserts that Caesar said nothing as he died, apart from a groan. His definite last words according to Suetonius were instead, Ista, quidem vis est! Why, this is violence! Translation: I live! I can't see anything. I've got the bows up… I'm going! Uh— Who: Donald Campbell , British speed record breaker who broke eight absolute world speed records. Context: Final radio transmission from Bluebird K7 as she lifted from the surface of Conniston Water, flipped bow over stern and smashed to pieces on the lake surface in January Campbell was attempting to set a new world water speed record exceeding mph.

His first run was mph. The crash occurred on the return run. Had he completed it, it would have been fast enough to set a record exceeding mph. This is not the end of me. Badly mishandled. Nose broken at last interrogation. My time is up. Was not a traitor. Did my duty as a German. If you survive, please tell my wife… Who: Wilhelm Canaris , member of the July 20 plot , his last note before execution to the man in the cell next to him. It's me, it's Buddy… I'm cold.

Who: Truman Capote , writer. Note: 'Buddy' was Capote's aunt's nickname for him. Why is it, is it the strength of the seam, or the wealth of the seam, that you continue to send men into work in such a dangerous environment? Note: During a media conference that was held at Beaconsfield, Tasmania on 7 May , Richard Carleton asked this question to Matthew Gill mine manager of the Beaconsfield mine , in light of the Beaconsfield mine collapse. When Gill declined to answer the question, Carleton walked away and suffered a heart attack; he was pronounced dead on the way to the hospital.

So, this is death. Who: Thomas Carlyle , Scottish philosopher, satirical writer, essayist, historian and teacher. I hope so. Who: Andrew Carnegie , steel magnate and philanthropist. Note: Spoken to his wife whom had bid him goodnight. Milan: What a beautiful place to die. Who: John Carradine , an American actor, best known for his roles in horror films, Westerns and Shakespearean theatre. Hours before he was stricken, he had climbed the steep steps of Milan's Gothic cathedral, the Duomo.

Translation: Don't abandon my Indians! I just wish I had time for one more bowl of chili. Who: Kit Carson , American frontiersman. Note: His final words have also been reported as " Adios, compadres. Who: George Washington Carver , an American botanist and inventor. Ho vissuto come filosofo, e morto come cristiano.

Translation: I have lived as a philosopher, and die as a Christian. I hear the train a-comin. Who: Johnny Cash , American country music singer. So much wasted time. We got a bad fire! All three crew members perished in a launchpad fire, Translation: You see, this is how you die. Who: Coco Chanel , French fashion designer of women's clothes and founder of the Chanel brand.

Approaching dissolution brings relief. Who: Neville Chamberlain , British prime minister. Who: Graham Chapman , comedian of Monty Python fame. Note: Spoken to his adopted son who had just arrived at the hospital. Tell [Carl] Mays I'm okay. Who: Cleveland Indians' baseball player Ray Chapman.

Note: Chapman had been accidentally hit in the head by a pitch from Carl Mays, and died from complications of a skull fracture This was thirty-two years before batting helmets were first worn Pittsburgh Pirates, , and fifty years before Major League Baseball had made them mandatory To this day, Chapman is the only Major League Baseball player ever to die as a direct result of injuries sustained during a game. I go from a corruptible to an incorruptible Crown, where no disturbance can be, no disturbance in the world.

You must pardon me, gentlemen, for being a most unconscionable time a-dying. Who: Charles II , son of the above, Ay Jesus. Why not? After all, it belongs to him. Who: Comedian Charlie Chaplin , d. Yo no quiero morir, por favor no me dejen morir. Translation: I don't want to die. Please don't let me die. Note: Due to a severe respiratory infection, he was unable to speak for several days before his death. According to Venezuelan general Jose Ornella, he mouthed these words before suffering a massive heart attack and dying. U menya ne bylo shampanskogo v techeniye dolgogo vremeni.

Translation: I haven't had champagne for a long time. Who: Anton Chekhov , playwright, Note: His doctor had given him champagne after all other attempts to ease the symptoms of death from tuberculosis failed. Take a step forward lads - it'll be easier that way. Translation: As this earth will suffocate me, I implore you to have my body opened so that I will not be buried alive. Translation: Not any more. Translation: Play Mozart in memory of me—and I will hear you. Who: Frederic Chopin , Polish composer and pianist. Note: He had a neurotic fear of being buried alive.

The first quote was written on a note some hours before his death. The second quote was spoken to his physician when asked if he was suffering greatly; he died about two hours later. The third quote is what Chopin reportedly murmured on his death-bed The opera reader , Biancolli, , p.

In keeping with Channel 40's policy of bringing you the latest in blood and guts and in living color, you are going to see another first — attempted suicide. Who: Christine Chubbuck , year-old anchorwoman who, on July 15, , during technical difficulties during a broadcast on WXLT-TV in Sarasota, Florida , said these words on-air before producing a revolver and shooting herself in the head While she drew the gun on camera, the technicians quickly cut the video feed, but the gunshot could be clearly heard.

She was pronounced dead in hospital fourteen hours later. I'm so bored with it all. Who: Winston Churchill , a British statesman who was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Note: This was spoken before slipping into a coma and dying nine days later. Nihil propriis quid facis, latro, autem non tentant recte ut interficias me. Translation: There is nothing proper about what you are doing, soldier, but do try to kill me properly. Who: Cicero , Roman statesman and orator. Note: These words are directed at Herennius, his assassin by order of Marc Antony, triumvir and co-ruler of Rome.

Herennius was a centurion. So remember, just when you think all the sounds of dogs barking, people mowing their lawns and children screaming are driving you mad, they may just be keeping you sane! Who: Dick Clark , American radio and television personality. Note: From a blog post nine days before his death. While not his last spoken words Clark had difficulty speaking due to a stroke he experienced seven years prior , they were the last words he made to the public. Telegraph Mr. Who: Henry Clay , an American lawyer and planter, politician, and skilled orator. Note: Spoken to his son.

Harrison appears to be J. Harrison, Clay's executor. Source: "The Century Magazine", vol. Translation: So here it is! Note: "It" was the small asp which she allowed to bite her. Historians dispute the cause of her death. Many believe it was not an asp that she used to commit suicide, but rather some makeshift poison. Absolutely not! Who: Montgomery Clift , actor. Thank God. I'm tired of being the funniest person in the room. Who: Del Close , improviser, teacher and comedian, d.

Who: Kurt Cobain , an American musician who was best known as the lead singer, guitarist, and primary songwriter for Nirvana Note: Cobain was quoting Neil Young lyrics when he wrote this line in his suicide note. The full context of the note is available online. Il marche vers moi, sans se presser. Translation: Since the day of my birth, my death began its walk. It is walking towards me, without hurrying. Who: Jean Cocteau , French writer, designer, playwright, artist and filmmaker. I love you all. Who: Natalie Cole , an American singer-songwriter, and actress.

Note: Spoken to her younger twin sisters. I love you and my head hurts. Who: Gary Coleman , an American actor, voice artist, and comedian. Can you get a shot of this gun? Note: On 20 June , Collinson was supervising the demolition of a bungalow that had been built by Albert Dryden without planning permission. After a BBC camera crew arrived, Dryden produced an unlicensed pistol, and Collinson invited the crew to focus on it. Dryden was subsequently arrested after a stand-off and was found guilty by a jury of murder and three counts of attempted murder, being sentenced to life imprisonment with a tariff of 13 years.

More weight. I curse you Corwin and all of Salem! Who: Giles Corey , while being crushed during the Salem witch trials because he would not answer the court. Note: The first line was said while being crushed during the Salem Witch Trials for refusing to answer the court. After long hours of pain, Corey then uttered the second quote and died. Lady, you shot me! Good morning, Robert. Coolidge is also said to have been quoted near his death: " I feel I no longer fit in with these times. I am guilty. My sentence is just: I deserve my fate. And may God have mercy on my soul. I'm just tired.

Note: The first line was the last thing Cornell said to his fans after performing his last song with Soundgarden at a concert. Within 60 minutes later, he was on the phone with his wife, slurring his words and repeatedly saying the second line before hanging up. Wie bent u? Translation: Who are you? Who: Count of Nychlenborch , Frisian freedom fighter. Note: After being stabbed in the chest near the heart-area by unknown assassins, the old count asked who did it; on which the assassin replied: "Death. Who: Noel Coward , playwright.

Died of natural causes. We're looking in… we're overlooking the Financial Center. Three of us. Two broken windows. OH, GOD! He was connected to a dispatcher, and he said the above phrase when the South Tower collapsed after it'd been hit by one of the airplanes used in the attacks. No, my pain is too much, Fazila.

I can't make it, I'm in too much pain. She later died of her injuries. It don't matter; I figure I licked the Rock anyway. Who: Bernard Coy , convicted criminal, shot while trying to escape Alcatraz prison known as "The Rock" Dammit, don't you dare ask God to help me! Who: Joan Crawford. Note: This comment was directed towards her housekeeper who began to pray aloud.

That was a great game of golf, fellers. Who: Bing Crosby , American singer and actor. Note: He was playing the whole 18 holes of golf, even when his doctor said to only do nine. What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.

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Who: Crowfoot , chief of the Siksika First Nation. I am confound. Who: Aleister Crowley. British occultist, mystic, poet, mountain climber. This is open to debate, because some sources report Crowley dying alone, and others claim that he said Sometimes I hate myself. That was the best ice-cream soda I ever tasted. Who: Louis Francis Cristillo , an American actor and comedian. Note: Published newspapers reporting his death have him asking the nurse to move him onto his side, and report last words as being "I think I'll be more comfortable.

Je ne le veux pas. Translation: I don't want it. Who: Marie Curie , Polish and naturalized-French physicist and chemist. Note: She had been offered an injection to ease her pain. Hurrah Boys! Let's get these last few reds then head on back to camp. I killed the President because he was the enemy of the good people, the good working people. I am not sorry for my crime. Note: He said the second line as he was being strapped on the electric chair. D [ edit ] You got me. Who: John Dillinger , infamous American bank robber. This may be an apocryphal quote. Dillinger died when a bullet passed through his brain, leaving him little opportunity for final speeches.

You know, I'm not frightened. It's just that I'll miss you all so much Ow, fuck! Who: Roald Dahl , Welsh novelist, short story writer, poet, screenwriter, and fighter pilot.

Marilyn Monroe Murder - by Consent - A Psychologist's Journey with Death

Note: First line said to his family. He then appeared to have lost consciousness, and the nurse decided to inject him with a lethal dose of morphine to ease his passing. After she did, Dahl said the second line right before dying. I don't care if I live or die. Go ahead and kill me. Who: Jeffrey Dahmer , serial killer. Note: According to fellow prisoner Christopher Scarver, who admitted to beating Dahmer to death with a "preacher bar" part of a weight machine , these were his last words.

Translation Catalan language : Where is my clock? Who: Jack Daniel , an American distiller and businessman, the founder of the Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey distillery. Mon seul regret est que je parte devant ce rat, Robespierre! Translation: My only regret is that I'm going before that rat, Robespierre! The last line is a humorous comment on his famous ugliness. I am not the least afraid to die. Who: Charles Darwin , an English naturalist and geologist, best known for his contributions to evolutionary theory.

I'd like to let you all know, despite the situation -- I know all of you are still convinced that I'm the person that killed your father, your son and your brother, but I am innocent. The incident that happened that night was not my fault. I did not have a gun that night. I did not shoot your family member. But I am so sorry for your loss. I really am -- sincerely. All I can ask is that each of you look deeper into this case, so that you really will finally see the truth.

I ask my family and friends that you all continue to pray, that you all continue to forgive. Continue to fight this fight. For those about to take my life, may God have mercy on all of your souls. Who: Troy Anthony Davis , high-profile death row inmate. Notes: Davis was executed by lethal injection in Georgia on September 21, for the murder of Officer Mark Allen MacPhail, despite serious doubts about his guilt that lingered on prior to his death.

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Wait, maybe. I think maybe I'm just like a little bizarre little person who walks back and forth. Whatever, you know. Who: Terry A. Davis , programmer, creator of TempleOS. Note: Words were spoken on his last video before being struck and killed by a Union Pacific train. Prior to the Black Box failing, Dillard was heard saying these words. Shortly afterward, the Plane crashed into the ground, killing all onboard including Dillard. That guy's got to stop… He'll see us. Who: James Dean , American actor. Note: Words said before dying in a car accident.

Miss, I got what I really went for. Who: Jeremy Wade Delle Note: After this troubled teenager left his Texas classroom under the pretenses of obtaining a late pass, he returned with a gun, uttered these words, and committed suicide in front of his classmates. The incident was later immortalized in the Pearl Jam song "Jeremy. Who: John Denver Note: Spoken via cockpit radio after transmitting a four digit code. On the ground! Who: Charles Dickens Note: He suffered a stroke on a walk near his home, and asked to be laid down on the ground.

Mais comment le diable pensez-vous que cela pourrait me faire du mal? Translation: But how the devil do you think this could harm me?

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Who: Denis Diderot , French encyclopedist, upon being warned by his wife not to eat too much. Little Cousins, Called back. Who: Emily Dickinson. Letter to Louise and Frances Norcross, May Source: Johnson, Thomas H. Emily Dickinson Selected Letters. Cambridge: Belknap, I'm going to heaven. Who: Bo Diddley as he lay dying on his deathbed with his family surrounding him.

I'll finally get to see Marilyn. I'll be fine. Who: Ronnie James Dio , heavy metal singer. Note: Spoken to his wife while he was in the hospital with stomach cancer, but she stayed with him. A few days later he went into a coma and he was dead by the end of the week. Kurt Russell. Who: Walt Disney Note: Scrawled on a piece of paper.

To this day, nobody knows what he meant by it, not even Kurt Russell, who was 15 at the time. This is the fish of my dreams. Who: Dan Dodds Note: Dodds had caught a lb. He turned to a stranger, said this quote, then fell into the river and died of a heart attack. The salmon was barbecued and eaten at his wake. Ioann zhe uderzhival Yego i govoril: mne nadobno krestit'sya pour Tebya, i Ty li prikhodish' ko mne?

No Iisus skazal yemu v otvet: ostav' teper', ibo tak nadlezhit nam ispolnit' vsyakuyu pravdu. Uslysh'te eto seychas, pozvol'te! Ne sderzhivay menya! Translation: But John forbad him, saying, I have need to be baptised of thee, and comest thou to me? And Jesus answering said unto him, Suffer it to be so now: for thus it becometh us to fulfil all righteousness. Hear now—permit it. Do not restrain me!

Who: Fyodor Dostoyevsky. The majority of the quote is the verses Matthew Don't let them put me in one of those bags, I might suffocate. Who: Darragh Doyle spoken before dropping a live grenade at Omaha Beach. Hit the water, hit the water, hit the water! The helicopter stalled and plummeted into the Hudson River while Jane was still on the air, unintentionally broadcasting her final moments all across the metropolitan New York City area. The helicopter's other occupant was seriously injured, but survived. Shakespeare, I come! Who: Theodore Dreiser. Keep the faith. Remember the death penalty is murder.

They are taking the life of an innocent man. My attorney, Ron Kuley, will read my letter at a press conference after this is over. That is all I have to say. Who: Robert Drew, d. August 2, Note: Executed by injection, Texas. Translation: You are going to hurt me, please don't hurt me, just one more moment, I beg you! Who: Madame du Barry Do you hear the rain? Do you hear the rain? Who: Jessica Dubroff , seven-year-old pilot speaking to her mother by telephone as the engines revved for takeoff, she and her flight instructor crashed minutes later in rough weather, April 11, Translation: Farewell my friends, I go to glory!

Who: Isadora Duncan Note: Said before she got in her car to go home. Her scarf got caught around the wheel and strangled her instantly as the driver took off. Stopping for a beer, be there when I can. Who: Ryan Dunn Note: Final text sent to Jackass co-worker Bam Margera, before getting involved in a car crash that would claim his life. Don't, don't, don't! This… this will hurt someone! Do not… Who: R. Budd Dwyer , Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, before he placed the barrel of a.

The press conference was held on what was to be the day before his sentencing. William Smith the witness whose testimony was critical to Dwyer's conviction said he lied under oath to get a lighter sentence. E [ edit ] We are running on line north and south. The above is the last confirmed radio transmission to her headquarters before vanishing. Okay, just wondering. The rest of the conversation was as follows: Earnhardt- "So, you got any advice for me here coming up? Corral My work is done. Why wait? Who: George Eastman Note: Written in his suicide letter.

So on this day of reflection I say again, thank you for going on this journey with me. I'll see you at the movies. Who: Roger Ebert Note: Final paragraph of his last public blog post, written two days before his passing. It's very beautiful over there. Who: Thomas Edison Note: Spoken to his wife as he lapsed in and out of consciousness.

There is debate over if he meant the afterlife, or the view from his window. In einem kurzen Weilchen, meine Herren, sehen wir uns ohnehin alle wieder. Das ist das Los aller Menschen. Es lebe Deutschland. Es lebe Argentinien. Translation: In a short while, gentlemen, we'll meet each other, anyway. That's every human's fortune. Long live Germany! Long live Argentina! Long live Austria! Citater fra… Who: Albert Einstein Note: When Einstein died on April 18, he left a piece of writing ending in an unfinished sentence.

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These were his last words: I've always loved my wife, my children, and my grandchildren, and I've always loved my country. I want to go. God, take me. Who: Dwight D. Eisenhower , 34th President of the United States. Who: T. Eliot Note: Valerie was the name of his wife at the time of his death. Papa, I hate you. Who: Carmen Ellis, a three-year-old girl, beaten to death by her mother's boyfriend.

Was ist mit mir geschehen? Translation: What has happened to me? Who: Elisabeth, Empress of Austria , stabbed to death on September 10, All my possessions for a moment of time. Who: Elizabeth I, Queen of England , d. Are you all right? Who: Belinda Emmett , Australian actress. Note: Spoken to her sister, Lesley Arthur. Hurrah for anarchy! This is the happiest moment of my life. Who: George Engel , anarchist, union activist Note: Shouted before his execution at the gallows. Now why did I do that? Ich sterbe. Translation: I die. Who: Leonhard Euler , Swiss mathematician and physicist.

Fuck off. Who: Tony "Spaghetti" Eustace, Australian mobster. Eustace was found by two schoolchildren who were returning home from sports training on 23 April He had been shot six times in the back outside the Airport Hilton in North Arncliffe and was lying beside his gold Mercedes, bleeding profusely. He was rushed to hospital. Police attempted to speak to him, but Eustace only said those words, and died a short time later. F [ edit ] I've never felt better. Who: Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. December 12, We've reached one of our phase lines after the fire fight and it smells bad — meaning it's a little bit suspicious…Could be an amb— Who: Bernard B.

Fall , prominent war correspondent, historian, political scientist, and expert on Indochina during the s and s. Notes: Dictated into his tape recorder before stepping on a landmine in Vietnam [ Being asked: "Have you ever pondered by yourself what will be your occupation in the next world?

Who: Michael Faraday , English chemist and physicist who contributed to the fields of electromagnetism and electrochemistry. Please don't leave me. Who: Chris Farley , American actor and comedian. Said to a prostitute as she left his hotel room following a weekend-long drug and sex binge. When she turned around, Chris Farley had collapsed. Why aren't you filming this? This is what cancer is.

Who: Farrah Fawcett , American actress, model, and artist. Note: Spoken to her friend Alana Stewart, who was filming a documentary about her struggles with cancer. Remember me as a revolutionary communist. Who: Leslie Feinberg , American, butch lesbian and transgender activist, communist, and author.

Swedish Translation: Save me! Who: Count Axel von Fersen. Note: Fersen, who was Swedish marshal of the realm, was attacked in a mob riot during the burial procession of the crown prince, whose death wrongly was blamed on Fersen. The Count called for help from the Guard, but was killed before they could do anything. I'd hate to die twice. It's so boring.

Who: Richard Feynman , American physicist. Goddamn the whole fucking world and everyone in it except you, Carlotta.

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Who: W. Fields , American Actor and Comedian. Note: "Carlotta" was Carlotta Monti , actress and Fields' mistress. Serbo-Croatian Translation: Death to fascism, freedom to the people! The nourishment is palatable. Note: This was his response when his physician inquired about his food. Nothing soothes pain like human touch. If any of you have a message for the Devil, give it to me, for I am about to meet him! Who: Lavinia Fisher , hanged for murder on February 18, , while wearing her white wedding dress gown. They'll be fine. Who: F.

Scott Fitzgerald , Irish-American novelist and short story writer. Note: His response when asked if he wanted anything besides Hershey bars. Hey, Jimmie! The Chimney Sweeps. Talk to the Sword. Shut up, you got a big mouth! Please come help me up, Henny. Note: Flegenheimer had been fatally shot by another mobster and taken to the hospital.

As police officers interrogated him on his deathbed, he gave them long and frequently incoherent answers, perhaps the most known of which is "A boy has never wept…nor dashed a thousand kin" before finally dying. I am sorry to trouble you chaps. I don't know how you get along so fast with the traffic on the roads these days. Who: Ian Fleming , British author and journalist. Note: Spoken to the ambulance drivers. I've had a hell of a lot of fun and I've enjoyed every minute of it.

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I'm awful tired now, Hank. I've got to go to bed. The song Foley had sung was the gospel number "Peace in the Valley. You can stop now; I'm already dead. Who: Abigail Folger Note: Folger said this to her attackers, members of the Manson Family, after being stabbed repeatedly in the home of her friend Sharon Tate. Folger had first been injured in the house before running to the front lawn and collapsing, where she said her last words and died while being continually stabbed.

I'll sleep well tonight. I don't want to leave you guys. I've been very, very busy… being ill! Who: Bruce Forsyth , British presenter, when asked of his whereabouts in the year leading up to his demise. Translation: I am thankful for the kind treatment during my captivity and I ask God to accept me with mercy. Who: Hans Frank , German war criminal and lawyer who worked for the Nazi Party during the s and s, and later became Adolf Hitler's personal lawyer. Note: At the gallows, Frank, one of the only two war criminals to show true remorse for his crimes during the Nuremberg trials and sentencing, quietly answered to his name and calmly said these words before he was hanged.

A dying man can do nothing easily. Also a leading author, printer, political theorist, politician, postmaster, scientist, inventor, civic activist, statesman, and diplomat. Note: As he lay dying, his daughter suggested that if he lay on his side, he could breathe easier. Es ist gar nichts… es ist gar nichts… Translation: It is nothing… it is nothing… Who: Franz Ferdinand Archduke of Austria-Hungary Whispered to Count Harrach as the Archduke fell unconscious after being shot; he died shortly without ever regaining consciousness.

His assassination and subsequent death in Sarajevo in triggered the outbreak of World War I. Hohenberg assisting:. H has prepared me—given me anaesthetic and has also diagnosed the case and agrees with what has to be done— an operation—to bring myself back to life and to cure me of this terrible dis-ease whatever the hell it is—. H is puzzled because suddenly she realizes that this is a new type case. One of her greatest fears—disappointing those she cares about—is manifest here. The Arthur she refers to is, of course, Arthur Miller. She had met him years earlier in Hollywood, through Kazan.

Miller possessed those traits she most admired: intellectual and artistic achievement, high seriousness. They wed in a civil ceremony on June 29, , Marilyn having converted to Judaism. Two days later, Lee Strasberg acted as her father, giving the bride away in an intimate Jewish wedding. At first, she was deliriously happy, moving back to New York with her new husband to take up residence in her dazzlingly white apartment at 2 Sutton Place, to which she had moved after leaving the Waldorf-Astoria, and then on to East 57th Street, in an apartment with a book-lined living room, complete with fireplace and piano.

In the Italian, green, engraved diary, she wrote,. I am so concerned about protecting Arthur I love him—and he is the only person—human being I have ever known that I could love not only as a man to which I am attracted to practically out of my senses about—but he [is] the only person … that I trust as muchas myself—because when I do trust my- self about certain things I do fully. They were probably happiest in the summer of , spent in a rented house in Amagansett, on Long Island, where they swam and took long walks on the beach.

Marilyn was gay and witty in this company, easily holding her own—her vitality and innocence reminded Dinesen of a wild lion cub. She became friends with writer Truman Capote and met some of her literary heroes, such as poet Carl Sandburg and novelist Saul Bellow, with whom she dined at the Ambassador Hotel on the occasion of the Chicago premiere of Some Like It Hot. Bellow was bowled over by her. Several photographs taken of Marilyn earlier in her life—the ones she especially liked—show her reading.

Alfred Eisenstaedt photographed her, for Life, at home, dressed in white slacks and a black top, curled up on her sofa, reading, in front of a shelf of books—her personal library, which would grow to volumes. Heinrich Heine! In these newly discovered diary entries and poems, Marilyn reveals a young woman for whom writing and poetry were lifelines, the ways and means to discover who she was and to sort through her often tumultuous emotional life. And books were a refuge and a companion for Marilyn during her bouts of insomnia.

In one of the handful of sweet and affecting poems included in this archive, Marilyn, still in the first flush of her love for Miller and imagining what he might have been like as a young boy, wrote a poem about him:. But after she and Miller traveled to England for four months for the filming of The Prince and the Showgirl, with Laurence Olivier, things began to sour.

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They moved into a magnificent manor called Parkside House, in Surrey, outside of London. On paper, it was an idyll: here she was producing a film directed by and starring one of the most respected actors of his generation, and living in a grand country house with the man she most loved. Marilyn was devastated. One of her greatest fears—that of disappointing those she loved—had come true.

After this discovery, Marilyn found it so difficult to work that she flew in Dr. Hohenberg from New York. She was having trouble sleeping, relying on barbiturates. On Parkside House stationery, she wrote one night after Miller had gone to bed:. In the summer of , the couple bought a country house in Roxbury, Connecticut, near where Miller had lived with his first wife.

Any love that remained seemed to go out of the marriage. Nonetheless, she had accompanied her husband to Washington, D. I think I hate it here because there is no love here anymore…. In every spring the green [of the ancient maples] is too sharp—though the delicacy in their form is sweet and uncertain—it puts up a good struggle in the wind—trembling all the while… I think I am very lonely—my mind jumps.

The mouth makes me the sadd[est], next to my dead eyes…. In , Marilyn moved back to Los Angeles to begin work in Some Like It Hot, which—despite her chronic lateness and other difficulties on the set—would turn out to be her greatest and most successful comedy. She began recording her musings and poems in a red spiral Livewire notebook, poems that took a dark turn.

Help help Help I feel life coming closer when all I want Is to die. Scream— You began and ended in air but where was the middle? Marilyn had left Dr. Greene had also been a patient of Dr. She began analysis with a new psychiatrist, Dr. Marianne Kris, a Viennese woman who was approved by Strasberg. Marilyn would remain Dr. Marilyn had grown close to Jane and her brother Bobby.

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Perhaps thinking about her stepdaughter triggered this brief memory of her mother, whose confinement in a mental hospital led Marilyn to fear that she too would end up institutionalized:. For Kris Sept. She wanted me even to show a cruelty toward woman. This in my teens. In return, I showed her that I was faithful to her. On the recommendation of Dr. Kris, she started analysis in Los Angeles with Dr. Ralph Greenson, a prominent psychiatrist and strict Freudian analyst who treated many celebrities, among them Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, and pianist Oscar Levant.

Just as she had with the Strasbergs, Marilyn became a kind of surrogate daughter to Greenson, and he often took her into his home as part of an unorthodox form of therapy—or, perhaps, because he too had become infatuated with her. He saw her every day, sometimes in sessions that lasted five hours. The treatment, often called adoption therapy, is very much discredited today. Miller completed his screenplay for The Misfits, with the central role of a wounded young woman, who falls in love with a much older man, based, not surprisingly, on Marilyn.

Miller was on location, watching as his wife began to unravel in the blistering heat. On the set he met and fell in love with a photographic archivist on the film, Inge Morath, who would become his third wife. Three months later, back in New York, emotionally exhausted and under Dr. What was supposed to have been a prescribed rest cure for the overwrought and insomniac actress turned out to be the most harrowing three days of her life.

Swathed in a fur coat and using the name Faye Miller, she signed the papers to admit herself, but she quickly found she was being escorted not to a place where she could rest but to a padded room in a locked psychiatric ward. The more she sobbed and begged to be let out, banging on the steel doors, the more the psychiatric staff believed she was indeed psychotic. She was threatened with a straitjacket, and her clothes and purse were taken from her. She was given a forced bath and put into a hospital gown. On March 1 and 2, , Marilyn wrote an extraordinary, six-page letter to Dr.

The inhumanity there I found archaic … everything was under lock and key … the doors have windows so patients can be visible all the time, also, the violence and markings still remain on the walls from former patients. I picked up a light-weight chair and slammed it … against the glass intentionally.

It took a lot of banging to get even a small piece of glass—so I went over with the glass concealed in my hand and sat quietly on the bed waiting for them to come in. She was ordered to take another bath—her second since arriving—and then the head administrator came in to question her. Kris, who had promised to see her the day after her confinement, failed to show up, and neither Lee Strasberg nor his wife, Paula, to whom she finally managed to write, could get her released, as they were not family.

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