Michael Jackson Haunts Impersonator?

It has been five years since the King of Pop has died and with his legacy is one rife with scandals and breaking records. Michel Jackson’s presence in the music scene has never diminished even in death. In fact, apart from an upcoming posthumous album and a holographic performance at the Billboard Music Awards, many MJ fans are continuously impersonating the King of Pop. One such fan claims that MJ was actually haunted by his ghost!

In an event in Bromley, Kent, British teen, Reece Savva was taking photos of an MJ impersonator when something ghostlike seem to have appeared beside the impersonator. The apparition seem to resemble Michael Jackson himself. The impersonator, who was performing as a tribute to the late king of pop was not released.

According to Savva, the photo 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 teen said he was waiting in line when he decided to take several pictures. When he got home, he started reviewing all the images he shot when he noticed something unusual in one of the photos -  an odd blue haze in a corner of the frame that bears a chilling resemblance to Michael Jackson.

In an interview, Savva’s mother 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. Sometimes you can see these things in photos, it is an image of something, but you are almost willing it to be something else. But you look at that and it is clearly a face and it does look like Michael Jackson. And the fact it was a Michael Jackson event and there he was makes it all the more eerie. Although, I think if he did come back from the dead, he probably wouldn’t go to watch an impersonator. But you look at that and it is clearly a face and it does look like Michael Jackson.”

The photo, which was released online, does show a strange figure on the right side of the frame. The figure’s facial profile is prominent and does resemble the king of Pop. Whether or not Michael Jackson really made an “appearance” in a tribute event to delight fans anew is up for debate.