The King was just 42 when he tragically died from a heart attack on August 16, 1977.
Since then, countless conspiracy theories have swept the internet claiming to have captured the legend on camera dozens of years after his death.
In recent times, there have been several unidentified aircraft flying over London and other regions of the United Kingdom, including Scotland and Wales, initially thought by specialized ufologists that they were extraterrestrial ships, new evidence has emerged indicating that the visitors in question, do not come from other planets, but from alternative dimensions different from the physical world - perhaps even from other times ...
One man has explained how by being medically "dead" for a few moments, he not only saw there was an afterlife, but also what happened to "good" and "bad" people.
While taking pictures out of the window of an airplane, a young boy in Texas captured an amazing image that his mother believes may show his guardian angel.
An eerie piece of security camera footage from Mexico allegedly shows the spirit of a young woman materialize in the crosswalk of a road right in front of an oncoming car!
The unsettling scene purportedly came from surveillance cameras at Mexico City's renowned boulevard Paseo de la Reforma over the weekend.
As the 2 powerful and ghostly lights soared into the air as a tribute to lives lost on 9/11, an image appeared in the sky that has created a worldwide sensation.
The image of the beams reaching up to the heavens shows what appears to be a figure floating high in the light. Many have been curious if it is a trick of light or photoshopped. Others say they see Jesus or an angel. Rich McCormack took the photo and spoke to Inside Edition. He says the photo is not photoshopped.
Chilling CCTV footage of a ‘ghost’ following a man as he gets into the back of a taxi has emerged online.
The creepy black and white video shows a lone man waiting for his cab in the dead of night, The Mirror reports.
After the car arrives though something otherworldly happens when a spectral figure of a ghost follows the man into the back of the car.
The unaware passenger doesn’t seem to notice the figure that appears to have long black hair and looks similar to Samara from The Ring.
The startling clip’s believed to have been filmed in Miyagi prefecture, Japan, an area devastated by the 2011 tsunami.
Apparently other taxi drivers in the area have reported spooky going on as well, several drivers claim to have experienced a ‘phantom fare’ after the tsunami.
They claim they start the meter and ask for a destination but the customer gives an odd response then vanishes.
Spooky as the grim figure it I’m not convinced, it looks far more like a glitch on the camera than anything legitimately paranormal…
A bizarre piece of footage, allegedly taken by a 'nanny cam,' purportedly shows a 'possessed' teddy bear coming to life and crawling on top of a sleeping girl in India.
In the strange clip, which went viral over the weekend after being broadcast by Chinese media, the seemingly innocent toy bear appears to 'wake up' and then slowly moves toward its ostensible owner.
Although the footage is undoubtedly creepy, especially with its 'night vision' perspective, skeptics have been quick to brand the video a hoax.
Its mysterious origins as well as the mechanical way that the bear seems to move suggest that the scene is, indeed, a clever creation.
That said, the phenomenon of haunted objects has been well documented by paranormal researchers, so one may not want to entirely dismiss the video as fake.
Hundreds of alleged ghost photos circulate around the internet every week. Most of the images that end up on our news desk can be chalked up to phony ghost apps, lens flairs, or plain old dust, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some spine-chillingly compelling ghost photos floating around out there. In fact, there’s probably a lot more than you might think.
Some of them date back to the turn of the century, and some were taken last year, but either way, these are some of the most convincing ghost photos of all time.
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A group of healers in Malaysia claim that they have eradicated an infestation of jinn that were responsible for an eerie video of prayer partitions gliding across the floor of a mosque.
After the security camera footage when viral in Malaysia, several healers visited the mosque to investigate what may have been behind the mysterious movement of the partitions.
Local officials and skeptics claimed that the mobile walls were merely moved by the wind, but the healers appear to have found an altogether different and decidedly supernatural source.
Sa'ad Jaafar told news agency Astro Awani that he and his fellow healers determined that the infamous entities known as the jinn had been responsible for moving the partitions.
The jinn are a primarily Middle Eastern entity that allegedly once had possession of the Earth but were banished to a different dimension in favor of humans, leading to a millennia-long hatred of our species.
According to Jaafar, his group entered into some kind of communication with the jinn residing in the mosque, who ultimately claimed credit for the deed.
"A jinn admitted to moving the partitions with the intention to spook humans," he told Astro Awani.
Fortunately the healers had an answer for the jinn and managed to capture the creatures via an unnamed process which purportedly took four hours.
What became of the jinn after being taken into custody was not revealed by Jaafar or the other healers.
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