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27th Jan '17 8:29:09 PM MisterCPC
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* The ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'' episode "You, Murderer" opens with the protagonist dead in his car as a result of an accident, and he narrates the events leading up to his death. [[spoiler:Except he dies halfway through the flashback by receiving blunt force drama from another character hitting him in the head with a statue instead and still continues to narrate the events leading up to the present as the ones who killed him attempt to fake how he died.]]

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* The ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'' episode "You, Murderer" opens with the protagonist dead in his car as a result of an accident, and he narrates the events leading up to his death. [[spoiler:Except he dies halfway through the flashback by receiving blunt force drama from another character hitting him in the head with a statue instead and still continues to narrate the events leading up to the present as the ones who killed him attempt to fake how he died.hide his body.]]
27th Jan '17 8:28:00 PM MisterCPC
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* The ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'' episode "You, Murderer" opens with the protagonist dead in his car as a result of an accident, and he narrates the events leading up to his death. [[spoiler:Except he dies halfway through the flashback by getting shot instead and still continues to narrate the events leading up to the present as the ones who killed him attempt to fake how he died.]]

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* The ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'' episode "You, Murderer" opens with the protagonist dead in his car as a result of an accident, and he narrates the events leading up to his death. [[spoiler:Except he dies halfway through the flashback by getting shot receiving blunt force drama from another character hitting him in the head with a statue instead and still continues to narrate the events leading up to the present as the ones who killed him attempt to fake how he died.]]
27th Jan '17 8:21:05 PM MisterCPC
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* The prologue to the first annual of ''Marvel Team-Up'' which focused on SpiderMan and the XMen is narrated by a doomed minor character recalling the circumstances up to his death.

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* The prologue to the first annual of ''Marvel Team-Up'' which focused on SpiderMan and the XMen is narrated by a doomed minor character recalling the circumstances up to his death. It plays with this by making it look like his death is referring to how [[ThatManIsDead the person he once was died]] like what happens with several other characters in the story after they are mutated, but later on it's shown he was in fact killed during the opening accident.
27th Jan '17 8:17:26 PM MisterCPC
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* In the ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'' episode "The Man Who Was Death", the protagonist's final narration is heard immediately after his [[DeathByIrony death by electric chair]]. For extra irony, he is telling his imaginary audience that didn't he have his head shaved to prevent it from catching on fire during the execution because he's confident that the governor will grant him a reprieve. Meanwhile, his head is starting to smoulder.

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* In the very first ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'' episode episode, "The Man Who Was Death", the protagonist's final narration is heard immediately after his [[DeathByIrony death by electric chair]]. For extra irony, he is telling his imaginary audience that didn't he have his head shaved to prevent it from catching on fire during the execution because he's confident that the governor will grant him a reprieve. Meanwhile, his head is starting to smoulder.



* The ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'' episode "You, Murderer" makes it look like it's building up to how the protagonist got killed in a car accident [[spoiler:except he dies halfway through the flashback by getting shot instead and still continues to narrate the events leading up to the present.]]

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* The ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'' episode "You, Murderer" makes it look like it's building up to how opens with the protagonist got killed dead in a his car accident [[spoiler:except as a result of an accident, and he narrates the events leading up to his death. [[spoiler:Except he dies halfway through the flashback by getting shot instead and still continues to narrate the events leading up to the present.present as the ones who killed him attempt to fake how he died.]]
27th Jan '17 8:10:58 PM MisterCPC
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* The ''Series/TalesFromTheCrypt'' episode "You, Murderer" makes it look like it's building up to how the protagonist got killed in a car accident [[spoiler:except he dies halfway through the flashback by getting shot instead and still continues to narrate the events leading up to the present.]]
27th Jan '17 7:54:34 PM MisterCPC
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* The prologue to the first annual of ''Marvel Team-Up'' which focused on SpiderMan and the XMen is narrated by a doomed minor character who is killed by the end of it, though still narrates the whole prologue up to and after his death. Once it flashes to present day and the main story begins the narration stops.

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* The prologue to the first annual of ''Marvel Team-Up'' which focused on SpiderMan and the XMen is narrated by a doomed minor character who is killed by recalling the end of it, though still narrates the whole prologue circumstances up to and after his death. Once it flashes to present day and the main story begins the narration stops.death.
27th Jan '17 7:51:08 PM MisterCPC
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* The prologue to the first annual of ''Marvel Team-Up'' which focused on SpiderMan and the XMen is narrated by a doomed minor character who is killed by the end of it, though still narrates the whole prologue up to and after his death. Once it flashes to present day and the main story begins the narration stops.
6th Jan '17 8:05:58 PM TudorRose
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* Janet Philp's book ''Burke - Now and Then'' is written from the perspective of the skeleton of William Burke (of the real life murderous duo Burke and Hare) which hangs in the Anatomical Museum of Edinburgh University. He retells the story of his and William Hare's 1828 killing spree, musing on the wrong decisions he made that led him to be executed and dissected.

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* Janet Philp's book ''Burke - Now and Then'' is written from the perspective of the [[DeadGuyOnDisplay skeleton of William Burke Burke]] (of the real life murderous duo Burke and Hare) which hangs in the Anatomical Museum of Edinburgh University. He retells the story of his and William Hare's 1828 killing spree, musing on the wrong decisions he made that led him to be executed and dissected.
6th Jan '17 8:04:39 PM TudorRose
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* Janet Philp's book ''Burke - Now and Then'' is written from the perspective of the skeleton of William Burke (of the real life murderous duo Burke and Hare) which hangs in the Anatomical Museum of Edinburgh University. He retells the story of his and William Hare's 1828 killing spree, musing on the wrong decisions he made that led him to be executed and dissected.
31st Dec '16 10:13:06 AM nombretomado
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* The final ''{{Animorphs}}'' novel should be a [[DarkActionGirl Rachel]] book, and starts as one...until that suicide mission she started turns out to ''really be'' a suicide mission. After that the narration switches between the other Animorphs. Due to the AmbiguousEnding, this trope may also apply for [[spoiler:everyone but [[TheHeart Cassie]]]] as well.

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* The final ''{{Animorphs}}'' ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' novel should be a [[DarkActionGirl Rachel]] book, and starts as one...until that suicide mission she started turns out to ''really be'' a suicide mission. After that the narration switches between the other Animorphs. Due to the AmbiguousEnding, this trope may also apply for [[spoiler:everyone but [[TheHeart Cassie]]]] as well.
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