Death may be called the eternal slumber, but is it possible that deceased 20th century entertainers are still creating new product?
That's what an 83-year-old woman in San Diego claims, though music experts are skeptical.
Jenifer Whisper insists she's been telepathically channeling new songs from dead celebs like George Gershwin (above) and Walt Disney since the 1970s.
For instance, Whisper claims Disney once appeared to her with a brand new cartoon character named "Buddah Mouse," who, he told her, is the great grand uncle of his other creation, Mickey Mouse, and preaches the truth of reincarnation.
Whisper's claim that her songs were actually written by famous composers presents potentially sticky legal issues, according to Joy Butler, an attorney specializing in copyright law.
In addition to songwriting, according to Whisper, Marilyn Monroe's spirit revealed she had adopted JonBenet Ramsey following her death.