Death By Easter Egg


For a number of years one of my favorite blogs has been Misc. Tidings of Yore, a time machine of sorts which delves into newspaper archives to bring its readers a glimpse of the often bizarre, unusual and morbid stories of the past. Last year, the wonderful mistress who unearths all these marvels collected a series of newspaper accounts of unfortunate souls who perished by Easter Egg. 

The Easter Egg is a deadly menace indeed, as evidenced by the above example from The Sun [NY] 8 April 1912. Read on, at Misc. Tidings of Yore, Death By Easter Egg.


Many thanks to my dear friend, The Dead Bell, for allowing me to share this with you, Dear Readers. No doubt, you’ll love all her endeavors:

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