Harbinger Of Death: Everytime Ramsey Scores, Someone Dies
Feb 16, 2012 12:55
You would think that scoring a goal on the football field would be something to celebrate about. But fans of the game have been noticing a strange coincidence concerning midfielder Aaron Ramsey of English Premier League team Arsenal: every time he scores, someone famous dies.
Back in May of 2011, Ramsey scored against Manchester United The following day, it was announced that Osama Bin Laden had been assassinated in a raid. Things really started to get eerie in October 2011, when Steve Jobs and Gaddafi died just days after Ramsey scored another few goals. It didn't help that his latest goal on Saturday took place just hours before Whitney Houston's body was found dead.
While it all sounds a little too random to be true, you can't deny that it is spooky.
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