Famous Last Meals
Comedian John Belushi had a nourishing light supper at a famous Hollywood restaurant the night of his death in 1982.
Notorious serial killer Ted Bundy murdered dozens of young women in the 1970s. Before his execution in 1989, he chose not to make a final food request.
There are many stories as to how Cleopatra, also known as Ancient Egypt's last pharaoh, died. According to some legends, she killed herself by making a venomous cobra bite her, while others argue she was poisoned.
Rock and Roll legend Elvis Presley was found dead at his Graceland home in 1977. On the day of his death, Elvis is said to have indulged on sweets as the last thing he ate.
John Wayne Gacy
Serial killer John Wayne Gacy was executed at an Illinois prison in 1994 for the rape and murder of at least 33 young boys. For his final meal, officials had to make an order with a popular food chain.
Known as a preeminent non-violent leader in India, Mahatma Gandhi reportedly ate a modest last meal before he was killed on the way to a prayer meeting in 1948.
In 1977, Gary Gilmore was the first person to be executed in the U.S. after the Supreme Court approved new death penalty statutes. He was also well known for insisting on his own death sentence after committing two murders in Utah
Nobel Prize winner and acclaimed author Ernest Hemingway reportedly ate one of his favorite dinners the night before he committed suicide in 1961.
John F. Kennedy
Former U.S. president John F. Kennedy had his last meal at his hotel in Fort Worth, Texas, before flying on to Dallas just hours before his assassination in 1963.
The Last Supper
Jesus took his last meal with his 12 Apostles, as famously depicted by a noted artist. It's possible that over time that meal has been supersized.
Flamboyant entertainer Liberace's last dish before his death in 1987 was a little more mundane than you might expect.
Former French President François Mitterrand, France's longest-serving president, indulged in a now-legendary last meal before succumbing to prostate cancer in 1996.
Glamour icon Marilyn Monroe reportedly ate a not-so-glamorous meal before she suddenly died in 1962.
Renowned Welsh poet Dylan Thomas was known to have lived a controversial life. His death in 1953 was said to have been caused by an illness, but many believe drinking caused his demise.
While first-class passengers aboard Titanic had a book written about their extravagant final dinner in 1912, the second-class passengers' meal didn't sound too shabby either.