Way to Die #124
"Bibli-killed"
Name of the death is a pun on "biblical" and "killed"
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"Here's one for all you bible students out there: All come from dust, and to dust all return. Caleb and Jacob lied... and got burned."
Date June 6, 2006
Location Hancock, Iowa
Episode this death
was featured in
"Dead Wrongs"
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"Bibli-killed", Way to Die #124, is the second death featured in "Dead Wrongs" which aired on September 28, 2010.

Plot

Con artists Caleb and Jacob pose as preachers who travel by car with a box of unread giveaway bibles in order to disguise their true intentions; having sex with females they meet.

One day, the duostop at a farm to "save another soul" and meet Emmy Lou, the farmer's granddaughter. While the two take turns in having sex with her, the farmer's wife overhears the noise and chases the two scammers with a shotgun. Caleb and Jacob escape and find shelter inside a grain silo, planning to flee as the farmer's wife leaves. However, they are barely able to see anything in the darkness, causing Caleb to use his lighter for light. However, as he activates it, the flame ignites all the grain particles in the air around them, causing the silo around them to explode with much power as three sticks of dynamite, killing them both, which results in severed and blackened bodies.

As Emmy Lou is devastated by their deaths, the farmer's wife gloats at their death saying, "A waste of good corn."

Interviewees

  • Manuel Schuster - Farmer

Trivia

  • The date this death happened is June 6th, 2006, which was 6/6/06 (or 6-6-6). It is a reference to the biblical "Number of the Beast" (666) from the Book of Revelations.
  • This death happens on the same date as Titty Titty Bang Bang and Info-Pain-Ment.

Segment Nicknames

  • E-I-E-I-OWW (Spike TV)
  • E-I-E-I -OUCH!

Foreign names

  • Arder en el Infierno (Burn in Hell) - Latin American dub
  • Hechos polvo (Turned to dust) - Spanish dub
  • colheita maldita (cursed harvest but at the same time it's the brazilian title for the stephen king movie "children of the corn")
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