When martial arts legend Bruce Lee died of cerebral edema in 1973, his fans speculated that the cause of death may have come from the "Dim Mak," or the "Touch of Death" he received a few weeks prior. "Dim Mak" refers to the idea in martial arts that touching certain parts of the body in sequence can cause death. Fans of Bruce were further spooked when his son Brandon was accidentally shot to death on the set of The Crow in 1993. Though Brandon died early in the filming process, the producers completed the movie with special effects and a stunt man in Lee's place.
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