Proof of Michael Jackson's Ghost

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In Memory of Michael Jackson (August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009)


Proof of Michael Jacksons Ghost. is a screamer video created and posted onto YouTube video by a user amnesiafish in 2009, Did the late and great singer Michael Jackson fake his death? The video shows footage from CNN's Larry King Live, who was live inside Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch in 2009, after his death.

In the beginning, the text appears: "Michael Jackson's "alleged" ghost as seen on Larry King Live has been seen by millions. Our Audio Engineers managed to extract an additional layer of sound from this clip. Listen carefully. This is actual audio from the original clip.", The cameraman enters a long hall.

At the end of the hall, a mysterious shadow that is 100% Michael Jackson appears but the cameraman doesn't notice. After that, the video freezes, and a zombified Michael Jackson pops up on the screen, with the scream from The Maze. This is followed by "Thriller" playing on a black screen with the text "Just a small tribute to a man who will never stop thrilling us. We'll miss you MJ".

TheRomi013 used this screamer after Ghost Caught on Tape in Screamer-A-Thon: A Screamer Compilation. The screamer proceeds like normal, except the ending, has a twist; instead of the usual ending, the Obama images from Disappearing Boat/Nuclear Bomb Test in the Pacific Ocean appear instead, even though said screamer doesn't appear in the video. However, Ghost in the London Dungeon appears in the video, in which its screamer part happened to appear in Disappearing Boat. It may be an obvious reference.

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NOTE: The following video contains a screamer!

  • youtube.com/watch?v=abRCag9wxpw
  • Original video: youtube.com/watch?v=Ex1aMU4mZQc


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Anonymous #1

7 months ago
Score 0 You
Come save me robbie!!!!
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