10 Obscure Inventions That Killed Their Inventors


When people hear about inventors who lost their lives because of their own inventions, certain well-known cases come to mind: Madame Curie, who died of radiation-induced anemia; Franz Reichelt, who jumped to his death from the Eiffel Tower wearing his own parachute; Horace Lawson Hunley, who drowned in the submarine he designed and built himself; and Otto Lilienthal, who broke his neck when the glider he designed stalled and crashed. This list, however, describes the tragic irony of ten lesser-known, but equally important, inventors who lost their lives while using their own inventions… Read More


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Theodoros II is a lawyer, a freelance writer, an opinionated blogger and an Internet fanatic who recently moved to "The Lost City of Atlantis" and now desperately misses junk food, city lights, comics and trash TV. You can follow him on twitter @TheodorosII


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