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Joshua Leonard (1975 - )
Film Deaths[edit | edit source]
- The Blair Witch Project (1999) [Joshua Leonard]: Killed (off-screen) by the Blair Witch. All that we see and hear is that Joshua goes missing sometime during the film, and that his agonizing screams can be heard during the night. Later on, Heather Donahue finds a pile of sticks tied together near the campsite one morning, and inside is a bloody piece of Joshua's clothing, with some bloody teeth and a tongue. Finally, Heather and Michael C. Williams are lured to an abandoned house by Joshua's screaming at the end, and they are killed as well.
- Hatchet (2006) [Ainsley]: Disemboweled and torn apart by Kane Hodder (using his bare hands), after Joshua discovers his father (Robert Englund)'s body in the woods. (Thanks to Cody and Eric)
- Prom Night (2008) [Simms the Bellhop]: Throat slit (off-screen) by Johnathon Schaech in the hotel room. The scene cuts away as Johnathon attacks Joshua; his body is shown afterwards when the police find him hidden in a ceiling duct.
- Shark Night 3D (2011) [Red]: Stabbed in the chest when Chris Carmack throws a knife at him while Dustin Milligan tries to hold Joshua hostage to make Chris release Sara Paxton. (Thanks to ND)
- If I Stay (2014) [Dennis "Denny" Hall]: Killed in a car crash along with his wife, Mireille Enos and son (Jakob Davies) when he skids into the oncoming path of a truck. His body is later seen when his daughter (Chloë Grace Moretz), sees paramedics trying to save him as she is having an out of body experience.
- The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014) [Deputy Foster]: Shot to death at point blank range by Addison Timlin. While he appears to be dead, it is later mentioned that his body was never found and the films ends with a shadowy figure that could possibly be him stalking Addison, so this death is kind of ambiguous.
- Unsane (2018) [David Strine]: Throat slit by Claire Foy, after she stabs him in the eye with a crucifix necklace.
TV Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Criminal Minds: Today I Do (2011) [Lyle Donaldson]: Stabbed in the neck (off-screen) with a piece of wood by Rebecca Field during a struggle.
Notable Connections[edit | edit source]
- Mr. Alison Pill
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