On 19 September 2022, four billion viewers followed the very long live broadcast of funeral of Queen Elizabeth II which, covering all the movements, lasted several hours. Too many to keep attention all the time, so only a few heard, during the car procession, a voice that for about three seconds crept into the connection and whispered something to make your skin crawl: “the death is irreversible… and the fact she is trapped“, (translated: death is irreversible, the fact that she is trapped…,). The sentence was immediately covered by the commentator and the voice was no longer heard throughout the live broadcast. But one of the few viewers who noticed it posted the piece of the link on social media, taken from Itv News to ask users what the hell it was, and the legend kicked off. Especially since royal aficionados have listened to the recording over and over again (which can be heard below) and some of them have come to a creepy conclusion: the voice would be that of the Princess Diana.
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Obviously, for every phenomenon there is always an explanation and the philosopher Francis Bacon said that people believe what they like to believe. The fact that we’ve been surfing the internet for almost 30 years now hasn’t changed much from the 16th century Bacon lived in, especially when it comes to ghosts. But this time the suggestion was so strong as to have induced important newspapers such as Newsweek to dedicate an article to the mystery, also because the editorial staff of the television channel Itv News she declined to comment, or give an explanation. This has meant that two months after the funeral of the century, there is still a big question mark on the supernatural legend that accompanies the departure of the longest-lived sovereign ever. According to the most accredited hypothesis to speak would have been Julia Samuel, the godmother of the prince George and ex Lady Diana’s psychotherapistwho was one of the guests of the channel Itv. But why would she say something so disturbing? The only explanation is that the doctor was talking about a woman of the royal family, or a little girl, “trapped” in the difficulty in mourning and to accept that “death is irreversible”. Apart from the objections of someone according to which the last word would be “travelling”, everything would go smoothly. The problem is that Julia Samuel was not a guest on the channel that day, she was on September 15, four days earlier. But according to supporters of this hypothesis, that particular fragment of a recorded speech of hers, precisely hers, would have accidentally aired starting from the control room. In short: a series of conditionals to which occultism and royal family enthusiasts, however, do not want to stay.