Road accident deaths in Louisiana

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  1. Jayne Mansfield

    Jayne Mansfield

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    American actress, singer, model

  2. Amie Comeaux

    Amie Comeaux

    6,541 views
    Singer

  3. John Stephens (American football)

    John Stephens (American football)

    426 views
    American football player

  4. Mel Ott

    Mel Ott

    344 views
    American baseball player

  5. Henry Methvin

    Henry Methvin

    111 views
    Member of the Barrow Gang whose father helped arrange the ambush which killed Bonnie and Clyde.

  6. Bianca Halstead

    Bianca Halstead

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    rock musician, she was the bassist and lead singer of Betty Blowtorch. She was killed while riding in the passenger seat with a drunk driver on December 15, 2001 though she herself was 10 years clean and sober and one of the most inspirational, loving peo

  7. Kevin Magee (basketball)

    Kevin Magee (basketball)

    46 views
    American basketball player

  8. Mike Miley

    Mike Miley

    31 views
    American baseball player

  9. David Thibodaux

    David Thibodaux

    17 views
    Louisiana politician and writer

  10. Vernon Blake

    Vernon Blake

    7 views

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  11. Pinkie C. Wilkerson

    Pinkie C. Wilkerson

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    American politician

  12. Rusty Chambers

    Rusty Chambers

    6 views
    American football player

  13. Henderson Jordan (Louisiana sheriff)

    Henderson Jordan (Louisiana sheriff)

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    Henderson Jordan (October 11, 1896 – June 13, 1958), as sheriff of Bienville Parish in north Louisiana, was one of six law enforcement officers who on May 23, 1934, ambushed the fugitives Bonnie and Clyde in a deadly encounter on Louisiana Highway 154 between Gibsland and Sailes to the south.


  14. Audie Pitre

    Audie Pitre

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    Audie Thomas Pitre (October 5, 1970 – January 23, 1997) was an American bass guitarist. He also added back-up vocals in Acid Bath (1991–1997) and formed another band known as Shrüm (or simply SHRUM) (1995). Pitre formed Shrüm with the idea to have two bass players, himself and Joseph J. Fontenot, to create a heavy, low-end bass sound with Tomas Viator on electronic drums and Scott Leger on vocals. Shrüm's only album to date is Red Devils & Purple Ringers.


  15. Eric Andolsek

    Eric Andolsek

    3 views
    American football player

  16. Julius Patrick

    Julius Patrick

    3 views
    American mayor

  17. B. F. O'Neal, Jr.

    B. F. O'Neal, Jr.

    2 views
    American politician

  18. Ted Taylor (musician)

    Ted Taylor (musician)

    1 view
    American soul musician

  19. Henry E. Hardtner

    Henry E. Hardtner

    1 view
    American politician

  20. Bill Leger

    Bill Leger

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    News anchor

  21. Ken Case

    Ken Case

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    Kenneth Craig Case, known as Ken Case (June 14, 1925 – May 10, 2007), was a news anchorman, meteorologist, and sports broadcaster associated with KNOE-TV, the CBS affiliate in Monroe, Louisiana, from 1967 until his retirement in 1987. In addition to the news and weather reports, Case produced the weekly program The Southern Angler, a favorite of fishing enthusiasts.


  22. George B. Mowad

    George B. Mowad

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    Politician; Physician; Develolper