Premature obituaries-A premature obituaries a notice of a death whose subject is not really deceased at the time of declaration. Some examples of premature obituaries include that of inventor, businessman, famous actors and popular person.
So in simple way premature is a way to reports of incorrect death(not just formal death notice) via publications, social media, official bodies and used information sources such as the website(through the internet). Some reasons such as the following of premature obituaries may be published:
Fortuitous Obituaries publication: A pre-written obituary, usually on the internet (website), as a show of technical or through human error.
Faked death: when the person (subject) fakes their death in order to elude legal, as financially, or marital difficulties and start a living.
Typical errors: Due to typical errors, approximate 500 living human being in the United States are inadvertently appraising dead each month by the media and social security administration.
Fake victim: Many people in India have been included (registered) dead by official (publically) Announce bribed by relatives who want to steal the fake victim’s land. As per government low, they dispute often continue for lots of years, with fake victims growing elderly and few times dying in real life before they are solved the issue.
Prank: The death is falsely reported, generally as a hoax. This type reported on some social media and website publishes both celebrity death hoaxes and rejected of real celebrity deaths as a form of clickbait.
Wrong identified: Sometimes a corpse is wrongly identified as someone else, someone who was included in the same incident as who happened to go missing at the exciting time (same time).
Missing in service: soldiers who go missing in war are sometimes not declared correctly, but unfortunately declared dead because his dead body is not found.
Same Name (Name confusion): Probably the person with an identical or same name has died. Unfortunate the subject of the obituary is a popular person but the deceased person is not.