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Stayin Alive: Last Remaining Bee Gee Claims Former Bandmates Have Returned as Ghosts

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The pop/disco group the Bee Gees were among the most popular music groups in recent musical history.

Formed in 1958 by Manchester natives Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb, the group would not only eventually be inducted into the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame in 1997 but also are one of the best-selling groups in history, surpassed only by such superstars as Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Paul McCartney and McCartney’s former band, The Beatles.

Along the way, they endured not only huge successes but also drama and tragedy as well, with many line-up changes, substance issues and eventually, illnesses that would lead to the deaths of both Maurice and Robin Gibb, leaving Barry the last remaining Bee Gee alive today.

The Daily Star recently published an article that claims that both Barry Gibb and his wife  have seen the spirits of two his former bandmates and family members since their deaths…

Barry claims that he has seen the ghost of his brother Robin Gibb, while Barry’s wife, Linda Gray Gibb, has claimed to have seen the ghost of his brother Andy Gibb.

Andy Gibb, who was never in the Bee Gees itself, was a solo recording artist who died at the young age of thirty from complications of substance abuse.

Robin Gibb, who was one of the main trio of talent in the Bee Gees, and also Maurice Gibb’s fraternal twin, died at sixty-two years of age after battling various health issues.

Barry Gibb had this to say about his paranormal experience:

“It’s not fun because you’re not quite sure what it was about…if it was real.

Maybe it’s a memory producing itself outside your conscious mind or maybe it’s real.

The biggest question of all is: “Is there life after death?”

I’d like to know.”

Thomas Spychalski

(Via The Daily Star Sunday)

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