Celebrities Who Predicted Their Death

There are some things in life you just can’t explain. At some point we all have to say goodbye to this world, with some going sooner than other. 

This would include a large amount of famous people predicted their own death either during interviews or songs down to the cause, location, and day they would die.

Take a look at the following list of these celebrities who knew their own fate.

1. Tupac Shakur: once rapped, “I been shot and murdered, can tell you how it happened word for word.”

2. Jim Morrison: once informed buddies they were “drinking with number three” — the third member of the 27 Club. Morrison died of heart failure at twenty seven.

3. Frank Pastore: once commented that it was dangerous, and he could end up “spread all over the 210.” Pastore died later that day on the 210 freeway after being hit by a car.

4. Bob Marley: told his family that he would die at 36, which evidently came through as he passed away from cancer.

5. Amy Winehouse: The star always believed she belonged to the 27 club, a group of famous musicians who all died at this age.

6. Mark Twain: was born the same year Halley’s Comet passed, as a result he wanted to die the next time the comet passed. It appears his wish was granted. The second time Halley’s comet passed he died of a heart attack the following day.

7. Jimi Hendrix: Jimi died five years after recording a song with the lyrics “Now Jimi’s gone, he’s not alone, his memory still lives on.”

8. Princess Diana: apparently she wrote a letter to her former butler claiming someone was trying to kill her. 

9. Avicci: the Swedish DJ and record producer, said in his documentary Avicii: True Stories, that he was going to die. He took his own life six months late

10. Kurt Cobain: allegedly told a classmate at fourteen that he would become a famous musician before taking his own life.

11. The Notorious B.I.G. once rapped that he felt like death was calling him, and he died shortly after.

12. John Lennon: sang this before he died, “Living on borrowed time without a thought for tomorrow,” from the song “Borrowed Time.”

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