General Woundwort was never seen again. But it was certainly true, as Groundsel said, that no one ever found his body, so it may perhaps be that, after all, that extraordinary rabbit really did wander away to live his fierce life somewhere else and to defy the elil as resourcefully as ever.
~ Richard Adams on General Woundwort's fate.
Swear, swear, if IT isn't dead, if IT ever comes back, we'll come back too.
~ Bill Denbrough on IT.

Villains who have faced an unknown fate and are thought to be dead, but is completely unconfirmed or have died in conditions where it is implied that they could still be alive.

Villains in this category were last seen in situations that they were not expected to survive, but given that they were not seen dying, or their bodies or remains were not found anywhere, they could possibly revive in the future or might still be alive and plotting a return. Yet, their fates and statuses are currently unknown.

Editing note: Presumed Deceased villains do not count as Karma Houdinis unless the presumed death was of natural causes (e.g. Toplofty and O'Bloat, Donald Love, Mr. Grasping, Warren T. Rat, Orca, and Nefretiri), although, if the villain is more likely to have survived than die, then they can count as Karma Houdinis.

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