Conspiracy theorists have been sent in a frenzy after a video clip appears to prove Michael Jackson is still alive.
In a short clip filmed at Prince's graduation ceremony at Loyola Marymount University a man's voice can be heard in the background.
The high-pitch tone has led some loyal fans to suggest that the voice in Michael's, despite being dead since 2009, when he died from a cardiac arrest.
In the footage Prince can be seen going to collect his diploma on stage back in May when a woman who is behind the camera can be heard saying "Right there on the left."
She points the lens at Prince before it quickly pans to the room and an unknown man's voice says something inaudible.
YouTube conspiracy channel BeLIEve is convinced that the voice is none other than Jackson himself.
The caption of the clip reads: "Michael Jackson is alive, you can hear Michael’s voice at his son’s graduation."
Other believers were quick to take to the comments in disbelief: “Whaaaat, I keep replaying it, wow."
Another said: "I think that’s MJ."
A third added: "This is proof he’s alive."
Others were not as convinced, saying it "didn't sound anything like MJ" and another agreed saying: "I don't hear MJ, sorry."
The King of Pop, 50, was killed by an overdose of powerful anesthetic Propofol, which had been administered by his personal doctor Conrad Murray.
Since his death Jacko has been plagued with child abuse allegations which his family have vehemently denied.
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