He reportedly died in Orsay outside of Paris, France, where he lived for the rest of his life after he was released in prison in 1943.
According to The Times, after he died, his body was cremated and scattered on the pond at Orsay.
The television series has portrayed the character-based partially on historical fact and part with artistic license.
Therefore, it was possible that writer Steven Knight will not follow historical fact with Oswald’s life or death for that matter.
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