Pulitzer Prize winning author, Diana Kristin R. Wildash, 93, died on March 2, 2075 in a fruit accident at her vacation home in Helsinki, Finland. D.K. Wildash was discovered by her husband, Peter Wildash, at 1:33am on Thursday.
"I needed to go to the lavatory, and there she was...her head in the bowl," said Mr. Wildash. The coroner's report established her death to be an accidental drowning.
"Mrs. Wildash seemed to have slipped on a fruit of some sort. Maybe a kumquat or plum. We are currently looking in the matter," said Inspector Numminen of the Helsinki police precinct.
D. Wildash was a well-known conservationist, editor, journalist, writer of fiction, and nonfiction. Her first and most well-known book, Fear and Loathing in the Forest: The Selling of National Parks, is written in what Wildash calls, "Piggy Journalism." In this book, she takes a look at the US economy, and its needs to sell national parks to pay off the national debt. Her other works include: Me, Myself and I: A Coll