Welcome to Find a Death. This website contains information and pictures on the lives and deaths of celebrities written by Scott Michaels and additional contributors. The easiest way to look for a celebrity is by using “search”. However, if you would like to browse the list then please go to The Directory. Also, check out the Fun Stuff section for other random goodies.
Do you want something fun to listen to while you are browsing our fabulous list of celebrities? Check out our Dearly Departed Podcast where you’ll hear Findadeath’s creator Scott Michaels and filmmaker Mike Dorsey‘s past and present shows, jam packed with trivia and fun.
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If you love this stuff, we are positive you won’t be disappointed! It also goes for a nice romantic date (and a great litmus). Plus it gives you something to talk about at the end of the night, which can be a real deal-breaker. Don’t forget the FREE – Death a Day Calendar, your 365 day daily dose of celebrity death – delivered directly to you.
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