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Michael Jackson in Clouds
New Michael Jackson pareidolia (jackodolia). A 43-year-old builder from Stafford "who happens to be a bit of a skeptic" took this picture of his car. He intended to send the picture to a car sales magazine, until he noticed the image of Michael Jackson formed by the reflection of clouds on its hood. (youtube)

Posted by The Curator on Fri Jul 31, 2009

wink How long before someone claims to see both Jackson and Elvis in a shopping mall?
Posted by KDP  in  Madill, OK  on  Fri Jul 31, 2009  at  09:23 AM
Clouds move. He must've realized it, and blazed to get a camera. It looks like a good picture for a cellphone.
Posted by Brian  in  Georgia  on  Fri Jul 31, 2009  at  01:47 PM
Sorry,MJ, but I see Josef Stalin looking to our left
Posted by Hairy Houdini  on  Sat Aug 01, 2009  at  12:14 PM
Which bit of a skeptic is he? I can think of several of my body parts that he might be...
Posted by Croydon Bob  in  UK  on  Tue Aug 04, 2009  at  08:26 AM
Blasphemy! It is obviously Jesus (sermoning from the the mount).
Posted by floormaster squeeze  on  Mon Aug 10, 2009  at  12:52 PM
I hear that the LA coroner just sent the Jackson family Micheal's brain for the burial . . . in a Tic-Tac box.
Posted by D F Stuckey  in  Auckland New Zealand  on  Tue Aug 11, 2009  at  02:10 AM
It's Joe Perry, circa 1975.
Posted by Richard  on  Tue Aug 18, 2009  at  08:45 PM
It's definitely a hoax!

The person who edited this picture seems to be a diehard fan of MJ. I noticed the inconsistency of the color of the reflection of the sky and the color of the sky near the "face" of MJ.
To the person who edited this photo, good job on the PHOTOSHOP job! But you can't fool Chris from Philippines! lol
Posted by chris from philippines  in  Philippines  on  Tue Sep 01, 2009  at  05:47 AM
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