|Way to Die #130|
|Name of the death is a pun on the record label "Def Jam"|
|"Mickey was a total waste of life. He preyed on the weak. The best thing to say about him? He's dead. There. Aren't you happy?"|
|Date||October 19th 2003|
|Episode this death
was featured in
|"If You're Dead – Leave a Message and We'll Get Back to You"|
"Lawn of the Dead"
"Deaf Jammed", Way To Die #130, is the fourth death to be aired on "If You're Dead – Leave a Message and We'll Get Back to You" which aired on January 5th 2011.
Mickey was a carjacker. But even worse, he only targeted women and he didn't care if they were pregnant or injured or disabled or dying. This despicable scumbag was stalking a woman walking to her car alone. She got in her car and was about to shut the back window. Mickey saw a chance to make his move. He poked his head and left arm through the window, but, before he could pull the car-door lock the automatic glass window closed on his neck, crushing his windpipe and stopping his ability to breathe. The woman drove off with Mickey hitching a ride and it is then revealed she is deaf. His painful gasps for help were heard by no one. A mile later and a couple of minutes without air left Mickey unconscious. The driver, who was deaf and therefore, oblivious to his presence, looked in the mirror and saw Mickey's head sticking out of the window. She rolled down the window and Mickey dropped dead on the road.
- Richard Lichten - Retired Police Officer
- Jason Romero - EMT
- Also called "Wind-Owned" (not to be confused with Sky Scraped's nickname) on the Spike TV website.
- This death takes place in 2003 in the English edition, but it takes place in 2008 in the German edition.
- Anachronism: While it was set on 2003, A 2008 Mercedes-Benz C Class (W204) was featured
- Crew or Equipment Visible: Mickey carjacks a woman by reaching for the door lock through the open window and then threatening her with a gun; one shot of the ajar front car door reflects the boom microphone for a split second.
- Crew or Equipment Visible: The cameraman is reflected in some shots.
- Wind-Owned (Spike TV)