My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
Look upon my works, ye mighty, and despair!

Percy Bysshe Shelley, Ozymandias, 1817

President James Garfield:
Panati's Extraordinary Endings..., 1989
  How a swarm of physicians can prove more dangerous than any would-be assassin.  
  Charles II of England:
Panati's Extraordinary Endings..., 1989
  When in doubt, drain the patient of blood.  
  Grigori Efimovich Rasputin:
Prince Felix Youssoupoff, Rasputin, 1927
  His protracted assassination, as told by one of the assassins.  
Gilles de Rais:
Colin Wilson, The Mammoth Book of True Crime 2, 1990
  French national hero becomes history's most prolific child murderer.  
Princess Diana of Wales:
Sancton and MacCleod, Death of a Princess: The Investigation, 1998
  The unfinished story of the most unexpected departure of 1997.  

The Most Beautiful Christmas Ever:
United Press International, Jan 25, 1990
Few in Romania would disagree 1989 saw their best Christmas ever — few except two, that is.  
Down on the Upkeep:
The London Times, Jun 3, 1998
Why owning a 12-bedroom mansion isn't all peaches and cream.  
Draco the Athenian:
Wallechinsky & Wallace, The People's Almanac #2, 1978
  Beloved lawgiver is smothered with tokens of affection.  
St. Lawrence:
Forbes & Bloch, They Went That-a-Way, 1988
  Christian martyr coolly meets a fiery end.  
Isadora Duncan:
New York Times, Sep 15, 1927
  Noted American dancer takes a final fling.  
Jayne Mansfield:
United Press International, Jun 30, 1967
  Platinum-topped bombshell loses her platinum top.