How did Bloody Mary die?


Queen Mary I, known as Bloody Mary, died of an unknown illness. Some historians believe that the symptoms described may indicate that she succumbed to cancer.

Mary suffered several phantom pregnancies throughout her life, the last of which was just before she became ill and died. Intrigue surrounds whether or not these phantom pregnancies, or possibly another condition mistaken for pregnancy, were the cause of the illness that eventually took her life. Contrary to popular belief, Bloody Mary did not earn her nickname by slaughtering people. She earned it by having more than 300 Protestant heretics burned in three years.

Q&A Related to "How did Bloody Mary die?"
Queen Mary I of England died during an influenza epidemic.
I think you're referring to the game so beloved at sleepovers. I don't believe there ever was a "bloody mary" (except for a mixed drink and a character in "South Pacific
You'll get a kick out of the Bloody Mary, a familiar mix of vodka, tomato-based juices and some zesty spices. Serves one.
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