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The Creepy Way Queen Elizabeth II’s Death Was Predicted on Twitter
History - Science
Twitter is no place to get reliable news, but sometimes the bleak prophecies of the internet are proven correct, like one from @logan_smith526. On July 6, 2022, he tweeted out an eerie prophecy, “Update: The queen dies September 8, 2022,” and the sad news is the queen did pass away on September 8, 2022.
Logan Smith tweeted another very eerie message that is raising alarm, which reads, “King Charles dies March 28, 2026.” However, Dr. June McKoy debunked this prophecy and explained King Charles’ parents, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, both lived into their late 90s, so there’s a good chance Charles will too.
There is also evidence that Smith’s predictions are not meant to be taken seriously. Smith predicted King Charles III would die by turning so red he transformed into a tomato, so it seems his tweet about Queen Elizabeth II was just a coincidence.