5 Famous People Whose Death Still Remains A Subject Of Controversy

People have been cooking conspiracy theories about the influential people who have been dead for decades. Photos of dead celebrities have been making rounds of the internet recently, some of it are morphed or just tempered to give it a little mystery.

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5 Famous People Whose Death Still Remains A Subject Of Controversy

People coming back from the dead is not a conventional phenomenon but there has been some alleged incidents and sightings of famous people that give birth to a lot of controversial conspiracy theories.

Some people even went ahead to claim that these people staged their deaths to get away from the fame, except for the Adolf Hitler he must have faked his death to flee. Some of the theories are busted some are not, let’s find out.

1) Tupac Shakur

Source = Dailymail

A YouTube video titled 'Tupac is alive new proof 2016' claimed it has the most convincing evidence the fallen rapper is still with us.

The startling picture was posted on a video clip on YouTube and has left millions of shocked music fans asking is the Harlem-born rap star really alive and living in hiding.

The subtitles in the video state the photo is a "selfie" taken in 2015 on a phone "made in 2011" – 11 years after his death.

2) Michael Jackson

Source = Dailymail

The King of Pop passed away in 2009 but last year his daughter Paris sparked rumours he was still alive.

The 18-year-old shared a snap on Instagram which fans claimed showed her dad riding in the backseat of a car she was in.

3) Andy Kaufman

Source = Dailymail

Comedian Andy Kaufman died of lung cancer in 1984 but some think he may have pulled a fast one on fans. In 2013 grainy CCTV footage surfaced of a man in Albuquerque some thought to be the comedian.

4) Adolf Hitler

Source = Express

The evil dictator fled to Paraguay, via Argentina, before settling in a small town in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil, according to a shocking book. Conspiracy theorists have long argued Hitler escaped from Germany and fled to south America, following fellow Nazis Adolf Eichmann and Josef Mengele.

This theory became the centre of a fresh row last year when two British authors were accused of plagiarism by a journalist in Argentina. Gerrard Williams and Simon Dunstan claimed in a 2011 book Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler, that the Fuhrer fled with his mistress Eva Braun to Patagonia and had two daughters before dying in 1962 aged 73.

5) Kurt Cobain

Source = "Ramiro Saavedra Linares"

They believe the Nirvana frontman – who was found dead at his home in 1994 aged 27 – is performing under a fake name in Peru. Footage of a singer called Ramiro Saavedra performing the band's hit Come as You Are on a Peruvian TV show has gone viral this week.

Saavedra bears an uncanny resemblance to the late rocker, sparking speculation Cobain is making a living as an impersonator of himself.

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