Not all that long ago, pretty much everything could kill us. It wasn't uncommon for loads of high society Victorian peeps to drop like flies, courtesy of the weirdest way to kick the bucket ever… deadly clothing.

Toronto's Bata Shoe Museum is currently hosting one of the coolest (if not the only) death-and-clothing related exhibits ever, entitled "Fashion Victims: The Pleasures and Perils of Dress in the 19th Century." The exhibition is made up of 90+ clothing items that have all… well, killed people.

To read this Victorian-era clothing exhibit is to die for.... literally, head on over to Roadtrippers to plan a trip to the Bata Shoe Museum!