Way to Die #427
"Six Feet Plunder"
Name of the death is a pun on "six feet under" and "plunder"
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"Doug was a family cast-off. But in the end, he and his brother wound up joined at the hip. And the face. And the chest."
Date September 17, 2002
Location Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Episode this death
was featured in
"Killing Them Softly"
Deaths
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"Ten-Ass Anyone?"
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"Doggie Styled"

"Six Feet Plunder", Way to Die #427, is the third death to be featured in "Killing Them Softly", which aired on March 9, 2011.

Plot

Over the years, Doug and Jim never got along; when their parents died, they left Jim their entire fortune, and when Jim died, he left everything to his dog. Out of jealousy and greed, Doug now plans to rob the grave. After digging open the grave and opening the coffin, Doug takes out the jewelry Jim requested to be buried with, from a $30,000 Rolex watch to $100,000 in rings. One of the rings got stuck, so Doug took the finger off and put it back. Doug then searches for more valuables, but in the process of the heist, he had dug too close to the headstone; a few minutes after Doug takes the watch and rings, the monument topples over and falls on top of him, pinning him to Jim and crushing him to death. In the end, Doug joins Jim and their parents in the afterlife, thus ceasing his family's legacy.

"The black sheep would finally have some of the family's riches, but he made a grave error."

Cast and Interviewees

  • Kevin Flood - Doug (lead: intended victim)
  • Kent Kasper - Himself (Former District Attorney)
  • Dr. Boyd Flinders - Himself (Orthopedic Surgeon)
  • Fredey Lockaes - Jim (buried person)

Trivia

  • The narrator mentions Jim's dog "Sparky," who is also from the death "Doggie Styled", so it is assumed that Jim had adopted the dog after his previous owners died.
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