Ill-judged mawkish news now, with the staggering news that British people think Princess Diana should come back from the dead in order to meet her grandchildren:
Princess Diana should come back to life so she can enjoy having grandkids, Brits say
The “People’s Princess” was chosen by a quarter of the population, who want her to return so she can enjoy her grandchildren and continue her charitable work.
Her life was tragically cut short on August 31, 1997 after a car accident in a Parisian tunnel, leading to an outpouring of national grief.
This Monday would have been Diana’s 58th birthday.Source: Daily Star, 27th June 2019
From Princess Diana to Sir Alf Ramsey – people Brits want to bring back from dead
Princess Diana is the famous figure Brits would most like to bring back, according to a survey.
The beloved ‘People’s Princess’ was chosen by a quarter of the population, who want her to return so she can enjoy her grandchildren and continue her charitable work.
Her life was tragically cut short on 31st August 1997 after a car accident in a Parisian tunnel, leading to an outpouring of national grief.Source: Mirror, 27th June 2019
While necromancy is an unusual look for any newspaper article, it’s an even bolder play for a PR story – but one that has clearly paid off for one particular company here, who secured several headlines with their supposed research finding that we all want to dig up Diana:
The research was commissioned by TV channel HISTORY, to launch series two of drama Knightfall on July 2 at 9pm.
A HISTORY spokesman said: “We’ve got no shortage of heroes and inspirational icons to look up to.
“But sometimes, it’s interesting to think back about the ones we’ve lost, and the impact they could have if they were around today.
“What lessons could geniuses and philanthropists from the past teach us now, if they could come back and see the state of the world?”
So, our supposed desires to resurrect famous British figures is little more than an advert for a TV channel which happens to have a show about British knights.
Naturally, we know who to thank for this mawkish ‘finding’ – 72 Point, demonstrating that when it comes to plumbing the depths to generate Bad PR headlines, they’re more than willing to dig to at least six feet under.