The world was only supposed to end when Daisy Buchanan, a 13-year-old from Kansas, died in a fire at her family’s home.
It was the second death at her home in less than a year, and the last of two loved ones who died in the span of three days.
Daisy Buchanan was found dead on her family home, surrounded by her belongings.
It’s a story that’s been told countless times in the years since, but Daisy’s story of the fire and the lives lost in the flames never came out.
Now, for the first time, we’ve got Daisy’s final, official picture of her and her love.
It’s a picture of Daisy with her beloved, and in the process of being destroyed.
Daisy had just graduated from high school in May.
At that time, Daisy was a tomboy who didn’t fit into her peers, who thought of her as too shy and timid.
The next year, she and her friends went to her favorite park and played tag with their friends.
But as the sun set, the fire started.
Daisy was caught in the inferno and her house caught on fire.
She died in her parents arms in her sleep.
Daisy’s father, Jim, had never seen his daughter’s last picture.
He couldn’t imagine her dying and he never spoke of her.
But the night before her funeral, Jim and his wife, Mary, saw Daisy’s last photo on a news report.
He went to see her and was shocked to find Daisy’s lifeless body beside her father.
It turned out that the photograph was taken by Daisy Buchanan in her bedroom and that her body had been in a trash can the night of the death.
Jim was devastated.
“I never saw Daisy before that,” he said.
“It’s hard to fathom, but that’s what happened.”
Daisy Buchanan died after being burned by her family, according to the National Geographic.
Her parents, Jim Buchanan and Mary Buchanan, died when their house caught fire.
Her father was a burly man who was not afraid to die.
Mary Buchanan was a widower.
Jim and Mary died together in 1894.
Daisy died alone.
Daisy is often referred to as Daisy Buchanan.
Daisy went by Daisy when she was younger.
She was known to call her older sister, Daisy, Daisy.
In the days following Daisy’s death, many people, including many of her parents, expressed shock and grief over Daisy’s passing.
Daisy often joked about her dead loved ones, even mentioning that she had killed her.
Daisy lived in her father’s house, in the basement, in a large trash can, and on a fire escape that led to the roof.
When she was young, Daisy would go outside and play tag with her friends, who called her Daisy.
When her father died, Daisy took Daisy and Mary to his house to play tag.
Daisy told her mother that she was playing tag and that the fire was burning her house down.
“When I was about 5 years old, Daisy told me that her father had killed all the people in the house,” her mother, Mary Buchanan told the Kansas City Star in 2014.
“And she was very proud of me.”
Daisy’s parents died when her mother died, and she was left with the burden of her family.
Daisy moved with her grandmother to Kansas and started school.
Daisy took care of her younger siblings and older brothers.
But Daisy never saw her family again.
When Daisy was 14, Daisy’s mother died.
Daisy and her siblings were sent to live with her aunt, who lived in a trailer park on a ranch near her home.
Daisy wanted to go to college and would often see her mother in the living room, but her aunt told her that college was impossible.
Daisy began hanging around with her sister, Mary.
When Mary Buchanan died, Mary became upset and started to yell at Daisy, telling her she had to leave.
“Daisy was very young, and Daisy was so scared,” Mary Buchanan said.
But she said she tried to calm Daisy down.
When they finally met, Mary told Daisy she had lost her mother.
“Mary was very upset, and it took her a long time to get back to her senses,” Mary said.
She told Daisy that she loved her, but she couldn’t be with her.
“My heart stopped and I told Daisy to go back to Kansas, but I was scared of what would happen if Daisy stayed there,” Mary recalled.
Daisy continued to hang out with her sisters.
She would talk to them, or play with them.
Her sister, a young girl named Daisy, would be one of the few people Daisy would remember.
Daisy started going to high school with Daisy and the two would hang out in the park.
Daisy would sometimes play tag or tag with Daisy.
The two girls often played tag, and sometimes Daisy would take Daisy to