Is Michael Jackson ALIVE? Conspiracy theorists claim to have seen him with daughter Paris

Michael Jackson

by Owen Tonks |
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The internet has come up with some pretty strange things over the years but this latest conspiracy theory may be one of the weirdest - apparently Michael Jackson is ALIVE.

The King of Pop passed away in 2009 but some people claim he is in fact still alive and well.

A selfie shared by his daughter, Paris Jackson, on her Instagram page has added fuel to the fire.

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In the snap, Paris can be seen driving her car in California, and in the back it looks as if there may be a shadowy figure.

Paris Jackson

Some people have been staring really hard into the darkness in the back of the car and have claimed they can see singer Michael sitting on the seat.

A YouTube video titled 'SHOCK! Michael Jackson Seen Alive 2016 Paris Jackson Instagram photo', which had more than 354,000 views at the time of writing, attempts to prove that the theories are true.

The word "believe" fades in at the beginning of the clip and a number of different pictures follow which have speculative comments alongside them about Michael still being alive.

Towards the end of the video, a zoomed in version of the picture appears to show the star’s face in the image.

One person commented: "Omg is that Michael in the back????"

However, many people are insisting that what appears to be the shape of a head on the backseat is simply the car’s headrest.

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Others are saying his face has been superimposed into the image.

This is not the first conspiracy theory claiming Michael is still alive, with some insisting he has been hiding out in Canada or Africa since the public was told he died in 2009.

The musician had been rehearsing for a massive comeback tour shortly before his death but was found unresponsive at his home in Los Angeles and pronounced dead at the age of 50.

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