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DIED TODAY IN HISTORY  |  October 22, 2017

Died October 22  ›

Cleavon Little's performance in "Blazing Saddles" secured his place in...

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A traditional New Orleans jazz funeral starts with somber music. It's only after the burial that the band cuts loose with raucous, celebratory tunes.

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Some Victorian families hired professional mourners to attend a loved one’s funeral. Their loud and public wailing would encourage others to weep.

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Victor Segura

Entered heaven at the age of 89. His last words: "I am ready to go dancing and romancing."

Bob Sheridan

Beloved grandfather who appreciated family, humor, and good automobiles.

Dane R. Balcon

Army specialist tragically died in Iraq; his legacy lives on in memorial scholarship fund

Ned Garver

One of only 2 MLB pitchers to win 20 games on a team that lost more than 100 games.

Hobert Nelson

The sketch artist they called "The cop who caught crooks with his pencil, not his gun"

Louise A. Hutchinson

Reporter was the first woman to overnight at the South Pole.

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