The late Queen legend Freddie Mercury’s untold stories and materials are keep going on social media nowadays.
According to the latest reports of the famous Twitter account named This Day In History, Freddie Mercury’s first-ever photo after his dying from AIDS in 1991 exposed.
As you might check out the photo below, a fan is putting flowers on the door of Freddie’s house in London.
Here is what they wrote:
“November 25, 1991 – A fan lays flowers on the door to singer Freddie Mercury’s house in London.
Mercury, the lead singer for the musical group Queen, died of AIDS the day before.”
You can check out the tweet below.
November 25 1991 – A fan lays flowers on the door to singer Freddie Mercury's house in London. Mercury, lead singer for the musical group Queen, died of AIDS the day before. pic.twitter.com/MfILU67sT6
— This Day in History (@ThisDayinHisto7) November 26, 2019
2 weeks ago, the famous rock and roll photographer Ross Halfin posted a bunch of recent photos on social media and shared the really rare and unseen photos of the legendary late musician, Freddie Mercury.
Ross Halfin said he shared these photos to commemorate Freddie Mercury’s 28th death anniversary. These special photos were taken during Freddie Mercury’s 1977 Earls Court, London concert.
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