Elvis’ face appears on couple’s beach towel – leaving them all shook up!
A couple couldn’t believe their eyes when they looked at their beach towel, to find Elvis staring back at them. Dawn Dandy, 55, from Loughborough, and her husband Nigel (pictured together left) were on holiday in Skiathos, Greece when they noticed the uncanny resemblance to the music legend. ‘We’d hung the towel up to dry after we’d been sunbathing and were sat on the balcony when I said, ‘There’s a face in that towel,”’ the kitchen assistant told Metro.
She instantly realized the face looked like none other than the ‘King of rock and roll’ Elvis Presley. Her husband and daughter agreed, with the family finding it funny because Dawn and Nigel are both huge fans of Elvis.
However, the weirdness doesn’t stop there – the picture was taken on August 16, which was a strange coincidence. Dawn realized it was actually the 46th anniversary of Elvis’ death which she said ‘made it quite special.’ Elvis Presley died in his Graceland mansion in Memphis, Tennessee on August 16 1977 due to heart failure, at 42 years old.
Stangely, it isn’t the first time the music legend’s face has seemingly come back from the dead. Last year, someone else saw an Elvis Presley-esque silhouette in what appeared to be a packet of ketchup. Lisa Ringsell, 27, from Dundee, couldn’t believe it when she saw Elvis’ face after dunking her last chicken nugget in the McDonald’s sauce.
Meanwhile in 2020, Jordan Crosby, 26, was taking snaps of the surf crashing against Seaham Lighthouse in County Durham at sunrise when he saw face of Elvis appear in a giant wave. He spent half an hour capturing the shots form the harbor with his Nikon D5 camera as the waves towered over the 30ft-tall lighthouse. It was only when Jordan got home that he noticed he had inadvertently captured the uncanny resemblance of The King emerging from the ocean with his trademark quiff.
Interestingly, a carpenter was urged to shut up shop and turn his workshop into a place of pilgrimage – after discovering the face of Jesus peering back at him from a kitchen cupboard. Furniture maker Mat Askham (pictured) was putting an oil-based finish on the inside of a cupboard he’d been working on when he spotted the face of the son of God staring back at him from the knots in the wood.
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