LEONARD NIMOY ‘MAY NOT BE DEAD’
HOLLYWOOD – Rumors are circulating today that Leonard Nimoy, the veteran Star Trek actor who passed away earlier this year, may in fact still be alive.
Star Trek enthusiast Artie Pupkin speculates that Leonard Nimoy may still be alive, arguing that Nimoy’s casket was shot onto the planet of Genesis, following the detonation of a new ‘terra-forming’ device:
Nimoy wished that his funeral exactly resemble the plot to “Star Trek III: The Search for Spock,” the first film of the franchise that Nimoy himself directed. Now it is becoming apparent that perhaps this was a bid for immortality, as he knew full well that the terra-forming device might have an effect on his own body.
Shocking evidence for the theory came with the publication of a photo that seems to show Leonard Nimoy’s coffin in some kind of extraterrestrial grove. Others have angrily denied this is the case. William Shatner told the Studio Exec EXCLUSIVELY:
This is. Impossible. People. Need. To know the difference between fiction. And reality.
But Pupkin is adamant in his ambivalence:
I’m not saying this is true or untrue—what I’m saying is there are two things we need to be aware of. If Zachary Quinto starts to behave really weirdly then there’s a strong likelihood he possesses Nimoy’s katra, or memory spirit, and he should be taken to hospital and/or the planet Genesis, preferably by his own crew, Pegg, Pine, et cetera, gone renegade. The other thing is this: pay attention to the killer whales at SeaWorld. That’s a longer-term thing but we should keep our eyes on them.
“Star Trek: Into Tribbles” will be released in 2017.