These photos depict people in their final moments or hours before death. They are all incredibly tragic.
Archduke Franz Ferdinand with his wife on the day they were assassinated by Gavrilo Princip on June 28, 1914.
This assassination is often cited as one of the major precursors that led to World War I.
A bullfighter moments before being killed by a bull.
Spanish bullfighter Victor Barrio, 29, was killed on live television when he was gored by a bull named Lorenzo during a bullfight.
A volcanologist studying Mount St. Helens 13 hours before the volcano's blast killed him.
David Johnson was a 31 year old volcanologist who was the first to report the eruption of Mount St Helens in Washington in 1980. He was killed shortly after reporting the eruption despite being 6 miles away from the volcano. He was hit by a lateral blast, when a volcano erupts from it’s side rather that it’s summit.
Journalist Kim Wall boards the submarine of Peter Madsen. Madsen would later kill and dismember Wall on board the submarine.
Wall was writing a story about the submarine Madsen had built. During a journey together, Madsen murdered Wall, dismembered her, and sank her body parts at sea before being rescued from his sinking sub, which authorities believe he purposely sank.
Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon took this selfie while on a hike in Panama from which they never returned.
The two Dutch tourists were visiting Panama and were supposed to go on a hike in the jungle with a tour guide, but for some reason, the girls decided to go by themselves a day early. They never returned from the hike. A backpack containing their clothes, a passport, their cell phones, and a camera was recovered several weeks after they disappeared.
The camera contained 90 disturbing shots taken in the middle of the night, most of them were just black, but among the photos there was one of the girls’ belongings spread out on a rock, a strange piece of fabric or paper hung from a tree, and a photo of one of the back of one of the girls’ head with what appeared to be blood.
Even more disturbing, the girls’ cell phones showed that they tried to call emergency services for 11 days before their cell phones ran out of batteries. Some of their bones were eventually discovered in the jungle, but nobody knows what happened to the girls or how they died.