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*'''''[[American Horror Story (2011 series)|American Horror Story: Roanoke: Chapter 3 (2016)]]''''' [''John White'']: Hacked in the back of the head with a meat cleaver by his wife ([[Kathy Bates]]) as their son ([[Wes Bentley]]) and several others look on in shock.
 
*'''''[[American Horror Story (2011 series)|American Horror Story: Roanoke: Chapter 3 (2016)]]''''' [''John White'']: Hacked in the back of the head with a meat cleaver by his wife ([[Kathy Bates]]) as their son ([[Wes Bentley]]) and several others look on in shock.
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John Pyper-Ferguson in Cold Case: Bad Reputation

John Pyper-Ferguson (1964 - )

Film Deaths

  • The Road Killers (1994) [Hauser]: Shot in the head by his own brother (Craig Sheffer). We only the shooting from a distance, with his body then seen lying on the road as Craig drives off.
  • McHale's Navy (1997) [Interrupting Henchman]: Killed by Tim Curry (played for comic affect).  
  • Cabin Pressure (2001) [Gabriel Wingfield]: Shot to death by Craig Sheffer whilst they’re struggling over a gun.
  • Wolves (2014) [Wild Joe]: Killed in an explosion when Lucas Till throws a lit cigarette next to a shotgun shell loaded with fertilizer.

TV Deaths

  • Cold Case: Bad Reputation (2008) [Pete Doyle]: Shot to death by Gordon Clapp. His body is shown at the beginning of the episode, and in a flashback when Joe Nieves recounts discovering the body. His severed hand (which Joe had cut off and used to sell fingerprints) is also seen at the site of Joe's arrest. John's murder is later depicted in another flashback. He later appears as a ghost/figment of the imagination to his son (Paul Wesley), who flashes back his younger self (Gregory Mikurak), at the end of the episode when his murder is solved.
  • Hannah's Law (2012; TV movie) [Frank McMurphy]: Shot in the chest by Greyston Holt.

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