OK, I'm going to answer all the questions in this one post. Not in order, either. Some of you make me laugh so hard. Beheaded by a ceiling fan?!?! You're insane!!
Did an object fall onto his head? Not exactly, no.
Did his blood found on the scene come from a wound? Yes, the blood was from his wounds.
Was there a wound on his body? Yes.
Was there blood in the wound? Yes.
Did he actually die? Also yes.
Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego? The answer is the city that contains the original "Mona Lisa".
Was the cabin in the woods? For literary effect, I'll say yes.
Did a bear attack him? No.
Did he escape from the bear? Therefore, also no.
Did he go into the cabin himself to protect himself from the bear? Also, also no!!
Did he sit down on the chair himself? Yes.
Was it then that he bleed to death? Um, if you mean did he bleed or get his wounds sometime after he sat in the chair, yes. Now, someone has solved the riddle, essentially (keep reading) but unfortunately, your bear hypothesis wasn't the right one!!
Was he a human being? Yes.
Was there an overhead fan? No.
Was he seated beside a table having a meal? No.
Did the overhead fan fall on him and behead him? LOL!
Now, kudos go to the savy individual who pondered the nature of the "cabin".
Or is the cabin on a ship? No . . . .
Was the cabin an airplane cabin? Yes, it most definately is an airplane cabin. Bravo!!! So, just for kicks, somebody spell it out. How did this man die?