The list of celebrities who predicted their deaths is unfortunately long, but in this article we have mentioned only ‘7’. Many of these deaths shocked the world into a state of disbelief, while others were deeply mourned. These famous people were successful in their own career path, the saddest part is that they were aware of death coming their way before everyone else could even think of it.
His Death Prediction: Arnold Schoenberg, the Austrian composer and painter, was born on September 13 and pretty much from then on was deeply afraid of the number 13. He spent his life actively avoiding the dreaded number at almost any cost. When he turned 76 and was reminded that 7+6=13, his fear was intensified even more.
Death: On Friday July 13, 1951, at the age of 76, Schoenberg was dead.
Pete MaravichHis Death Prediction: Pete Maravich was the Stephen Curry of his time, but he wasn’t entirely satisfied with his life as an NBA player. In an interview when Maravich was just 26, he said that he didn’t want to play 10 years and then die of a heart attack at the age of 40.
Death: Maravich played in the NBA for 10 years, retired, then died of a heart attack at the age of 40.
His Death Prediction: Born shortly after the galactic visit by Halley’s Comet, Twain joked that the next time it came, he would go with it. Furthermore, the author believed that God must have said, “Now here are these two unaccountable freaks; they came in together, they must go out together.”
Death: 75 years later, the comet swift near Earth again and the prediction came true as Twain died the next day due to heart attack.
Bob MarleyHis Death Prediction: To some of his friends and fans, Bob Marley was assumed to be little psychic in nature. According to rumours, Marley disclosed details of his death to his close friends, though there is no solid proof.
Death: The details of his predictions are known only to those he supposedly told. One of Bob’s friends stated that Marley claimed he would die at the age of 36, because that was the age at which Jesus died. Marley did indeed die at age 36.
William Thomas Stead
His Death Prediction: William Thomas Stead, the famous writer and newspaper tycoon, once wrote about tons of people dying on a ship with too few lifeboats. Another time, he wrote about scores of people dying when their ship crashed into an iceberg.
Death: The Titanic happened. Stead boarded the fateful ship in 1912 and did not survive the sinking.
Abraham de Moivre
His Death Prediction: Abraham de Moivre was a famous mathematician who specialized in mortality tables and was obsessed with death. In his later years, he predicted that he would die on November 27, 1754.
Death: On November 27, 1754, Abraham died in his sleep.
Abraham LincolnHis Death Prediction: There’s some speculation as to how accurate the story of Abraham Lincoln’s death prediction is, but according to his former law partner, friend, and bodyguard Ward Hill Lamon, Lincoln saw it in a dream.
Death: The 16th President of America saw his death in his dreams and he told his wife that he saw that an assassin will murder him. Same thing happened after 10 days.