Michael Jackson's fans created a frenzy after possibly sighting the ghost of the 'King of pop' at his Neverland ranch recently.
An eerie shadow resembling Jackson's figure appeared on a wall in the singer's former home during a live television programme last week, reports the sun.co.uk. If reports are to be believed, the shadow walked across the corridor and even moved quickly from left to right before disappearing. The sighting reportedly took place during CNN's special show Inside Neverland, where Larry King was in conversation with Jackson's brother Jermaine. While shooting, the crew of the show takes viewers on a tour of the ranch and when the camera enters a long hallway, the shadowy figure appears at its far end. Neither the presenter nor the cameraman noticed the shadow, but after it was posted on video sharing website YouTube, fans started pinpointing the shadow.
Jackson died on June 25 after suffering a cardiac arrest at his Los Angeles home.
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