Eagle-eyed Viewers Spot Spooky 'Ghost-like' Figure At King Charles III's Coronation
The coronation of a monarch is a grand occasion that is steeped in tradition and history. It is a time when the nation comes together to witness the ascension of a new king or queen and to celebrate their reign. The coronation of Charles III, the new king of the United Kingdom, was no exception.
However, what started as a joyous occasion has now taken a dark turn, as a mysterious figure was spotted lurking in the halls during the coronation ceremony.
Videos of this eerie figure have gone viral on the internet, and people are now wondering if there is more to this coronation than meets the eye. Join us as we delve deeper into this strange and unsettling mystery.
On Saturday, Charles III was proclaimed King of the United Kingdom in the country's first coronation in 70 years. To mark the first coronation of a British monarch since 1953, trumpet fanfare rang out through London's Westminster Abbey, accompanied by ceremonial cannon salutes over land and sea.
The event was live-streamed for viewers all over the world. Now, eagle-eyed internet users have spotted a scary figure during the event, and recordings of it are going viral.
The videos show the coronation ceremony within the Abbey. However, following the ceremonial march, a hooded, cloaked figure was spotted wandering in the passage outside the hall carrying something resembling a scythe.
There's a good chance it was a member of the clergy, but people were quick to concoct conspiracy theories. Many others assumed the apparition was the Grim Reaper, the harbinger of death.
The coronation was the highlight of three days of festivities, which included a concert at Windsor Castle in west London on Sunday evening. Charles is the highest governor of the Church of England as king.