Blackfridaydeathcount.com lists every Black Friday incident since the day began gaining popularity in 2006 that has resulted in a death or a reported injury.
The site includes notable Black Friday deaths like 61-year-old Walter Vance, who collapsed while at a West Virginia Target in 2011 and went ignored by other shoppers. He later was pronounced dead in a hospital.
In 2008, a shooting at a southern California Toys 'R' Us left two dead. Two men pulled guns on each other after the women they were with began fighting in the check-out line.
And that same year a man was trampled to death at a Long Island Wal-Mart. The stampede injured another four shoppers, one of whom was pregnant.