Eliot Dudik photographs Civil War re-enactors pretending to lose their lives on the battlefield. Ian Dillinger, 16th South Carolina, said he had died 45 times in re-enactments over the years.
Chris W. Johnson, 1st South Carolina Sharpshooters, had died six times.
Randon Thomas, 4th New Hampshire, had died 432 times.
Whitney Miller, 39th North Carolina, had died six times.
Ed "Doc" Keith, 54th Massachusetts/4th New Hampshire, had died 148 times.
James Funk, 13th Virginia Infantry, Company H, had died 116 times.
Mark McNierney, 1st Pennsylvania Reserve Company K, had died 211 times.
Kyle Killian, 7th South Carolina, had died 141 times.
Jerad Koepp, 2nd United States Sharpshooters Company D, had died 26 times.
David Paul Davenport, 2nd United States Battery D, had died 177 times.
Charles Kreger, 2nd Maryland Company A, had died 22 times.
Sarah Berry, 10th Confederate Calvary, had died one time.
Travis Earley, 7th Virginia, had died four times.
Jamey Wentzky, 2nd South Carolina Rifles, had died 76 times.
Ben Schaffer, 10th Confederate Calvary, had died 36 times.
Rusty Dyles, 21st North Carolina, had died 108 times.