In the world there is a list that predicts which extraordinary characters will die each year and, in the first days of 2022, the names of those who can die have already been published, including Queen Isabel II United Kingdom and Emperor Emeritus Akihito of Japan.
“Candidates (to be counted) must be well-known enough for the British media to safely report the deaths,” their report read.
(Akihito from Japan and Elizabeth II from England / AP – AFP)
Writer Milan Kundera, former footballer Pelé and controversial former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi are other celebrities to appear on the “death list”. In 2021, out of 50 chances, 12 died, as did Captain Tom Moore and Prince Philip of Edinburgh.
Another requirement is that only 25 candidates can reappear from the previous year’s list.
The names of the controversial list are, for the most part, old characters, ranging from 70 to over 90 years old, or who have serious health problems.
Also featured are Linda Ronstadt, Noam Chomsky, David Attenborough, and Jimmy Carter.
“This is a list of 50 celebrities selected by the DeathList committee, prior to the start of the year, due to the fact that they could die in 2022,” the website reads.