Larry King admitted he was scared to death of the afterlife, in shocking unearthed interview footage, which was filmed over 18 years before his death.
The legendary broadcaster sat down with a television host to discuss the notion of possible life after death, in an interview that was taped as part of an entertainment show that aired in the Middle East.
In the unearthed footage, Larry admits he is ‘scared to death of death,’ and discusses the existence of proof that points to life after death with his wife, Shawn King.
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“I’m scared to death of death,” Larry King said while discussing the topic.
In the unbelievable footage, the famous talk show host was being questioned for a show called ‘Tinsel Town’ which aired in 130 countries, mostly in the Middle East.
“So, what do you know about life after death, Larry?” the host asked.
“Nothing,” answered King, adding “Since I’ve never interviewed anyone who died, never saw anyone come back.”
The host pushes back, reminding the broadcaster he had a popular British medium on his show and appeared to believe in the practice. “I believe it, I hope my wife is right, I hope you are right…I hope there is life after death. You asked me if I think there is, and the answer is…I don’t know.”
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“If you know, your a better person than me. I don’t know. I give you a lot of credit if you do,” King continued.
At this point, Larry’s wife — Shawn King — chimes in claiming the broadcaster DOES believe in the life after death, saying, “I think you do know, you’re just so used to saying you don’t know.”
“There’s a much stronger case that there isn’t, I’ve never seen anyone come back,” Larry says before his wife disagrees, explaining, “I have I had a very dear friend who was hit by a car and saw a light.”
Interestingly, in the footage which was shot by Sheeraz Hasan, owner of ‘Fame By Sheeraz’ — Larry argues the point, saying, “I’ve heard those stories, did he come back in 8 or 9 days and tell you what life was like? What the spirits are like? How are they all doing?”
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— Sheeraz Hasan (@sheerazhasan) January 24, 2021
At first, the legendary broadcaster was admitted taken to the ICU with symptoms from the virus but was eventually placed in a regular hospital room and was breathing on his own. It’s unclear what caused him to take a turn for the worst.
Celebrities and famous friends paid tribute to the legendary broadcaster, including Ryan Seacrest, who posted a photo of the host on the set of his talk show, saying, “I lost a dear friend and mentor. Truly an American treasure. Rest in peace, Larry King.”