We’re pretty sure these celebrities are having a hard time with that whole “rest in peace” thing—considering people remain unconvinced they’re actually dead!
Just this week, Andy Kaufman made headlines as his best friend and writing partner Bob Zmuda released a new tell-all claiming the comedian made plans to fake his own death and reappear 30 years later. Conveniently, this past May marked 30 years since his death… or his “death,” as Zmuda would argue.
Wherever he is, he’s in good company — as people remain unconvinced that these five other stars are actually dead as well!
There's an entire online community dedicated to “spottings” of the King of Pop, who is said to have turned up in random places, from Las Vegas to Switzerland and everywhere in between.
Perhaps the most bizarre explanation (read: conspiracy theory) justifying Michael’s death is “The Mystery of 9282,” which claims his death was an elaborate plot by PR professionals, as there were exactly 9,282 days between not only his birth (1958) and the tragic accident that occurred on set of his Pepsi commercial (1984), but also between the accident and his “disappearance” (in 2009).