Parents in Chile are calling on the government to kill a website that tells users how and when they will die.
The Spanish language site predicts the date and manner of users' deaths based on responses to 23 questions such as: Do you like driving fast? Have you ever considered suicide? Do you own a firearm?
Based on this information, visitors are told that they won't come out of a coma; will kill themselves drink driving; or be killed in a terrorist attack.
The site has proved a hit in South America, but has caused an outcry. One 14 year-old Chilean schoolgirl was told: "You will die in 2018 slashing your wrists in front of a mirror."
Another girl claimed that she suffered nightmares after reading that she would be strangled by a psychopath.
Soledad Castillo, the mother of one girl, told Las Ultimas Noticias newspaper: "The people behind this are extremely irresponsible."
The website's designers claim that, by answering truthfully, users will get the answer to one of mankind's most frequently asked questions.
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