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EXCLUSIVE Widow insists her late spouse is in Indian restaurant Spice Cottage’s promo video


The extraordinary row over an Indian restaurant’s promotional video deepened today as a widow insisted the clip featured her husband eating his favourite chicken korma – even though he has been dead for nine years.

Lucy Watson unwittingly cooked up a storm on the internet after posting that the footage showed late husband Harry Doherty eating with his son Alex at the Spice Cottage near her home in Emsworth, West Sussex.

The posting on the restaurant’s Facebook page sparked a flood of messages from social media users who bombarded the site with theories about the bizarre mystery.

Some compared the sighting with the case of Canoe man John Darwin who faked his own death in a life insurance scam.

Restaurant bosses are sticking to their guns and insist the footage, which was posted on January 16, was taken just days earlier.

The extraordinary row over an Indian restaurant's promotional video deepened today as a widow insisted the clip featured her husband eating his favourite chicken korma - even though he has been dead for nine years. Lucy Watson unwittingly cooked up a storm on the internet after posting that the footage showed late husband Harry Doherty (pictured with his wife) eating with his son Alex at the Spice Cottage near her home in Emsworth, West Sussex

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