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A deathbed is a place where a person dies or lies in during the last few hours before death.
Deathbed may also refer to:
- Deathbed conversion, a religious faith conversion
- Deathbed confession, a confession of some sort when someone is assumed to be close to death
- Articulo mortis, Latin for "Deathbed", a term used in a legal sense for acts and events entered into before, and especially in contemplation of, death. Similar to Deathbed confession or deathbed conversion.
- Deathbed phenomena, a phenomenon in which people on their deathbed experience paranormal sensations.
- Death Bed: The Bed That Eats, a 1977 horror film
- "Deathbed," the final track from Relient K's album Five Score and Seven Years Ago
- "Deathbed", the second single for There For Tomorrow's album A Little Faster
- "A Death-Bed", a 1918 poem by Rudyard Kipling
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