Earlier in The Bible , there is a Fidelity Test for a woman accused of cheating on her husband. If the rectum or bladder happens to be occupied at the moment of death, the result in Real Life is the people who find the body wishing the dead person had worn brown trousers and wishing they had brought a gas mask. This is not surprising, given most people are not aware that someone dying can be a crapshoot. Particularly notable when Junior kills Angie and Dodee, as both girls urinate and defecate as they die. The curtain's are drawn during the dramatic death, but the boy can still smell the bowels being emptied. The narrator notes that there is "blood, and worse", and when Lir speaks to the others while dying, he too notes the smell and suspects he wet himself. When the recovery teams go to retrieve the girls' remains, they recoil at the stench coming from the inside of the tanks. When Lestat, the main character of The Vampire Lestat of Anne Rice, is transformed into a vampire and has to "die" for this, it is described in great detail how his bowels empty while he isn't able to move and the rats come to eat the excrement. A related example is from the film Point of No Return , the American Remake of Nikita , where Maggie urinates after being given a lethal injection. As Lara dies, her urine and feces both flow out of her spasming body. Guardians of the Flame: Now, which kind do you think you are? Averted in The Riftwar Cycle ; the stink of the bowels being voided is often mentioned when someone dies. Fortunately, this trope is truth in television, at least to an extent.