When and how did Molly brown die?
Molly Brown died October 28, 1932. She suffered a fatal stroke in New York City. She is most notably remembered for when she didn’t die. She was aboard the Titanic on its maiden and fateful voyage. Surviving this catastrophe earned Brown the moniker of The Unsinkable Molly Brown.
Brown was an outspoken social activist before colliding with an iceberg. She capitalized on her survival of the April 1912 mass tragedy and resulting popularity and used it to carry on with her efforts to promote human rights.
The 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic is April 2012.