Internet pranks can be downright dangerous. Just ask our biggest celebrities, some of whom have "died" several times in fake online reports.
A parody website posted news of James Earl Jones' supposed demise in August 2015. The report was soon trending on social media despite the fact the then 84-year-old actor was still very much alive and well.
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