Nightclub Fire Deaths

Nightclub Fire Deaths

All these people allegedly died trapped inside a nightclub that caught fire and turned from a party place into a mass grave within minutes. Unfortunately I don’t have reliable info on where the incident happened or whether it truly was a nightclub fire and not a terrorist bombing or something like that. Hopefully mean DJ didn’t play the “Disco Inferno” song just as the fire took hold of the place…

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25 thoughts on “Nightclub Fire Deaths”

  1. This looks kinda familiar. Dunno if this was a disco fire in the Philippines in the late ’90’s. Ozone Disco is the name of the nightclub. More than a hundred people died and there are urban legends that their souls are haunting people living nearby the old site

  2. could be the Great White concert…

    “In 2003, the band made headlines when The Station nightclub fire led to the deaths of 100 people in West Warwick, Rhode Island, including the band’s guitarist Ty Longley, who had been a member of the band for three years”

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