The odds for you getting killed by a swordfish are highly, highly unlikely considering these beasts thrive in the darkest depths of the ocean most of the time. But every once in a while, a broadbill finds itself shallow and close to shore. A few days ago, one popped up in Hawaii's Honokohau Harbor. According to this story on Theguardian.com, a fish in the wrong place at the wrong time caused a tragic ending for veteran charter captain Randy Llanes. Per the article, Llanes spotted the sword swimming near his boat and jumped in with his speargun. He nailed the fish, but during the tussle, the spear wrapped around the anchor line from a boat moored nearby. The fish went wild trying to get loose, and ended up ramming Llanes square in the chest.