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Weird Voice Says Death Is Irreversible During Queen’s Funeral

Weird Voice Says Death Is Irreversible During Queen’s Funeral

A short clip from ITV News’ coverage of the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II has gone viral and caused a lot of discussion on Twitter.

The 21-second video, which has more than a million views in less than 24 hours, appears to be straightforward when seen without sound since it shows a flying shot of the Queen’s procession as it made its way to Windsor.

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But, turning the sound on tells a different story.

There’s a few seconds of silence, before a hushed, seemingly female, voice talks over the live footage, saying: “The death is irreversible and the fact that she’s trapped…”

A commentator then talks over the strange voice, saying, “as you can see –” before being cut off again for a few moments.

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Eerie silence settles over the clip before the broadcaster starts up again as though nothing has happened: “As you can see here in London, it’s a lovely day as the hearse heads out into west London…”

There is a possibility that the static heard during the live broadcast was due to sound interference from someone who failed to turn off their microphone in one of the studios.

On September 15, 2018, a few people have noted that psychotherapist and Prince George’s godmother Julia Samuel was on ITV’s Lorraine on September 15 – four days before – and has a similar voice.

Lorraine asked about what to do when a loved one passes away. She advised parents who want to help their children understand death to be honest and straightforward in answering their inquiries, as well as truthful in describing what death really entails.

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