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"Who Ded?", Way to Die #281, is the second death to be featured in "Grave Errors", which aired on March 2, 2011.


Two thieves, disguised as relief workers, named Eileen and Nicole, break into a church ruined by Hurricane Katrina and steal the supplies inside it, especially wine cups. After that, they decided to explore the basement. At first, Nicole have doubts, but then decides to follow Eileen down. With the basement turning out really dark, they turned on the light switch, and as soon as the former stepped into the water with the latter touching her and was dragged into it, they were instantly electrocuted.

"But a church in the French quarter has secrets that are best left undisturbed. Bad girls and wicked money are match made in... hell"

It's a punishment of God by the thieves in the church... no, unbeknownst to Eileen and Nicole, a severed power line had electrified the water to 440 volts inside the basement, that electrified trap was enough to sending them to hell as they deserve, right where they belong.


  • A similar incident happened on April 13, 1993 in the UK when two teenage boys were electrocuted to death during a storm whilst setting fire to an electricity box. Another strangely similar incident happened on December 9, 2005, again in the UK, where two teenage girls were electrocuted to death after stepping into a puddle next to a faulty electric box during a flood.
  • This is the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
  • Also known as "Sore Looters" on the Spike TV website.
  • The name of the death is based on "Who dat?", which is a phrase commonly used by New Orleans Saints fans to rally the team.
  • This is one of two deaths to take place in the state of New Orleans, Louisiana, the other being Kill Basa.
  • Eileen and Nicole's names were probably based off Hurricane Eileen and Hurricane Nicole.
    • However, Hurricane Nicole was caused in 2016, five years after this episode came out, so this could have been a coincidence.
  • The spanish dub name "Cacas" is slang for "Thieves", despite sharing the same word and pronunciation as feces.

Foreign Names

  • Ladronas Electrocutadas (Shocked Thieves) - Latin American dub
  • Cacas Electrocutadas (Shocked Thieves) - Spanish dub