A paranormal investigator claims he spoke to comedy icon Stan Laurel’s ghost at a cinema and he claims to have a photo to prove it.
Laurel was part of the legendary comedy duo Laurel and Hardy. The image was taken at the Kings cinema in Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, by 64-year-old Micky Vermooch.
“Stan Laurel was walking alongside me,” he told the Daily Star Online. Adding, “Stan said he was at peace and told me, ‘This is where I had my happy times. This is where I belong.'”
the 1920’s time capsule hidden for years pic.twitter.com/PefG88867E
— Micky Vermooch (@micky_gypsy) December 6, 2017
Vermooch from Scarborough, North Yorkshire, claims Laurel revealed himself to him so that the world knows he’s around.
This comes after Laurel’s daughter Lois Laurel Hawes, passed away at age 89 in July in Los Angeles. In 2015, Vermooch also claimed Elizabeth Taylor’s ghost had made contact with him.