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An old, stunning photo making the rounds on the internet showing a striking resemblance with Michael Jackson, has gotten tongues wagging.
An old photo (left) showing striking resemblance with Michael Jakson has gotten people talking
This extraordinary image appears to reveal Michael Jackson could have travelled through time.
It will be recalled that the US pop legend's death plunged the world into mourning back in 2009. The millionaire megastar had been preparing for his comeback tour when he was found unresponsive in his LA home and declared dead at the age of 48.
YouTube channel Fact5 has sensationally claimed an eerie anonymous painting shows Jackson could be still alive – but travelling through time.
And even more creepy is an Egyptian statue which also looks just like Jackson.
The commentator says during a roundup of celeb doppelgangers: “Have you ever heard the quote, ‘Good painting is like good cooking, it can be tasted but not explained’?

“Well, can you explain this similarity, between Michael Jackson and this anonymous painting?"
“If you thought that this was similar, this mysterious statue also bears some resemblance to the king of pop," he continues.
“It appears that Michael had done some time travelling throughout his time.”
This comes as Jackson's daughter Paris posted a naked snap on Instagram.
Last year rumours were circulating Jackson was still alive after he was spotted in Paris's selfie.
People reacted to the bombshell video with comments ranging from the hilarious to the baffled.
One lass said it was “spooky”, adding: “The Michael Jackson one was hilarious .... I couldn't stop laughing.”
Another said: “Why did they compare Michael Jackson to a lady?”
But one was not amused, adding: “Dumbasses time travel is physically impossible.”
The channel later said in the comments: “Please bear in mind that the title does not literally mean that time travel is possible, it is just a bit of fun.”

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