During WWII a man in my region of Norway fled to England. Before he escaped he faked his death in a bisycle accident. He found a stretch of road with a steep cliff straight into the sea on the side of the road. He threw his bicycle off teh road followed by some lingonberry to simulate blood. People saw the bisycle and the "blood" and assumed the the dead body was claimed by the deep fjord.
He got a tombstone at the local cemetery while he lived in the UK. After the war he returned to his home town where he lived for many years. When he died he was buried again at the same cemetary where the first tombstone still stood. He's the only person I know of with two graves in the same cemetary