Michael Jackson’s ghost haunts impersonator
Love him or hate him, Michael Jackson (The King of Pop) was quite an entertainer spanning four decades with his musical career. He developed one of the greatest followings in the history of the world, becoming an iconic larger than life character. Picked apart and ridiculed by critics, fans and numerous allegations of child molestation charges have left his image tarnished in the eyes of many.
“Shamone” was the very last word he muttered before his death on June 25th, 2009. Jackson used this deliberate mispronunciation which means “come on”. He died at his home on North Carolwood Drive located in Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, CA. What ultimately killed him, was an intoxication of Propofol and Benzodiazepine.
Many believe he was addicted to these type of drugs, since the incident where his hair caught on fire—while filming a Pepsi commercial back in 1984, while on location in New York. After this happened, he was burnt badly on top of his head suffering from the pain ever since.
There have been numerous impersonators imitating Michael Jackson. Many consider “Navi” as the closest to the real thing. British impersonator Navi has been performing as Jackson for 25 years, even touring doing over 105 concerts in 70 different countries. He even became good friends with Michael Jackson himself. Often he was used as a decoy to detour the paparazzi.
This time around, Reece Savva a young Michael Jackson fan age 14, wanted to get a photo of an impersonator. What he noticed was something rather strange, a ghostly resemblance of Michael Jackson is seen floating above him.
He mentioned: “It was so eerie. There was nothing there at all when I was waiting in line”.
“I have no idea what happened on that one picture, but it’s terrifying. It was like something out of Thriller”.
(The reference is to Michael Jackson’s album “Thriller” which sold 65 million copies worldwide)
“It’s like he just popped his head in to see what was going on and then left. I never used to believe in ghosts, but now I’m not so sure.”
Reece’s mother Angela age 54 said: “The image is so clear. I was there and I can adamantly say that there were no mirrors, no trickery, nothing like that at all”.
Certainly, this is quite unusual and makes you wonder if Michael was watching from beyond the grave.