In most states, autopsy reports are not available to the general public; they can only be viewed by police officers, medical examiners and other people on a need-to-know basis. States have varying laws regarding autopsies, photographs and other evidence.
Obtaining a copy of a written autopsy report varies from state to state. Verbal autopsy reports are given over the phone to next of kin in the state of New Hampshire, for example. Written reports may not be available until a few months after the verbal report.
Obtain a free autopsy report by submitting a written request to the office of the chief medical examiner in charge of the autopsy. Some hospitals perform hospital autopsies, which are not the same as forensic autopsies, and it is possible to obtain a free copy by sending a written request to the hos
Read celebrity autopsies online or by appointment at the office of the chief medical examiner in the celebrity's state of death. Varietyportal.com has copies of autopsy reports for 15 celebrities. Autopsyfiles.org hosts 52 celebrity autopsy reports as PDF scans.
The February 4, 1964 issue of the Bulletin of Bend and Central Oregon reported Alan Ladd's cause of death as cerebral edema caused by chemical depressants. Coroner James T. Bird ruled the death accidental.
According to the FBI, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow killed at least 13 people. They did not face trial for any murder charges because they were killed in an ambush conducted by police officers on May 23, 1934.
Bonnie Parker wrote two poems while she and Clyde Barrow were on the run from the law. The Story of Bonnie and Clyde retools their history as a legend. Bettmann Archive / Getty Images Bonnie and Clyde were legendary and historic outlaws who robbed banks and killed people. The authorities saw the cou
Gangsters Bonnie Elizabeth Parker and Clyde Chestnut Barrow are notorious for robbing and killing several people during the Great Depression in the United States. On May 23, 1934, Bonnie and Clyde died in a spectacular manner after being ambushed by lawmen who fired hundreds of shots into their car.
The Bonnie and Clyde death scene is a haunting sight. In the book, Ambush, Ted Hinton recalled what he saw when Clyde Champion Barrow and Bonnie Parker were shot and killed outside Sailes, Bienville Parish, Louisiana when they were ambushed by police.