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Successfully falsifying a death means someone isn’t caught, so it’s hard to know how many people succeed at perpetrating this type of fraud. (Photo: Shutterstock) Successfully falsifying a death means someone isn’t caught, so it’s hard to know how many people succeed at perpetrating this type of fraud. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Mark Twain said, “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated,” when a newspaper mistakenly published his obituary. While death is a serious subject, some may view it as a creative solution to escape their problems.

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