Death is the fact that no one can ever deny. Predicting one’s own death is something astonishing. Following are some celebrities who eerily predicted their deaths.
The famous lady of Britain was the first wife of the Prince of whales. The eldest child of the Queen Elizabeth II remained the object of media attention throughout her life. She gave birth to two princes i.e. William and Harry. However, the lady got divorced from the prince a year before her death in 1996. She was also charitable and worked for several causes. The gorgeous princess died in a horrible car crash on August 31, 1997, in Paris. The creepy part was that she wrote a letter (ten months before her death) to her former butler in which Diana alleged that someone is trying to kill her. This allegation proved right when she died in a car accident after months.
The singer was best known as the lead singer of “The Doors”. The wild personality and enthusiastic performances made him one of the most iconic and influential frontmen in the history of rock music. His dramatic death left the rock world in tears. Jim developed alcohol dependency during the 1960’s. Morrison lost two of his friends which disturbed him deeply. After their death, he was hanging out with his other friends and told them that they are drinking with no. three. These words turned true when he died one year later in 1971.
The late singer was known for her mix musical genres. Her contralto vocals distinguish her from other female rock stars. The thing that was not good about her was that she was a drug addict. Her struggle with drugs overshadowed her music when she was alive. The singer died at the age of 27 due to alcohol poisoning. According to one of her close friends, Amy used to say that she thought she would become a member of “27 Club”. It is the club of those celebrities who died at the young age of 27.
He was a professional basketball player who played for three NBA teams. Pete’s greatest achievement is that he is all time leading NCCA division I scorer. In 1980, he got serious injuries which forced him to take retirement. When Maravich was 26, he told in an interview that he would die of heart attack at the age of 40 and that he didn’t want to play for NBA for 10 years. The world was astonished when the player died at the same age with the same disease he predicted years before his death.