An unusual eBay listing is casting serious doubt on the human status of Nicolas Cage.
A seller in Seattle, Washington is offering a photograph from 1870 of a man who looks uncannily like the Hollywood actor.
The image was found in an album of Civil War photos and was, supposedly, the only one not labeled with the name of the individual.
The seller remarked, “Personally I believe it’s him and that he is some sort of walking undead/vampire, et cetera, who quickens/reinvents himself once every 75 years or so.”
The Hollywood Reporter brought attention to this strange listing, and it has sparked a lot of conversation and humor.
While the idea of Nicolas Cage being a vampire is absurd, the resemblance between the man in the photograph and Cage is uncanny.
The seller’s description has been a source of amusement for many people, and the fact that Cage is known for his eccentric personality only adds to the absurdity of the situation.
Cage is no stranger to the world of vampires.
In 1988, he starred in a comedy called “Vampire’s Kiss” where he played an executive at a publishing house who has an unusual night with a girl at a bar and becomes convinced he is turning into a vampire.
Cage’s performance in the movie was completely unhinged and only got more and more absurd as the film progressed.
The idea of Cage running down the street wearing plastic fangs and screaming “I’m a vampire, I’m a vampire!” is a scene that is easily imagined when looking at the photograph.
While the idea of Nicolas Cage being a vampire is far-fetched, the photographic evidence is intriguing.
The seller’s description of Cage as a “walking undead/vampire” who “quicken/reinvents himself once every 75 years or so” has added to the humor of the situation.
The photographic piece of cinematic weirdness can be purchased for the low price of $1 million.