Reece Saava took this photo while attending a Michael Jackson tribute show at the Churchill Theater in Bromley, UK.
However, it wasn’t until Saava was looking through the photos with friends, two days after the event that he actually noticed the ghostly figure in the top right hand corner of this image. "When I looked at it I was genuinely quite shocked." Saava said about the photo. ‘It was very distinct, not like other photos you see of that sort of thing.’
When the photo was posted online, it immediately gained few attention with viewers suggesting that the ghostly figure might actually be the King of Pop himself,
However Saava remained skeptical saying, ‘'I cannot say I believe in ghosts but it is very spooky.’'
Saava’s mother, Angela, who was also at the tribute show seemed a little more convinced saying ‘The image is so clear. 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.’
While several skeptics have suggested that the strange shape may be little more than light reflecting off balloons, there is no denying that it certainly looks like an eerie blue figure. But could it really be the ghost of Michael Jackson? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
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