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Lightning bolt during Metallica concert in Munich stunned fans: they called it a "message" from the dead bassist Cliff Burton. Photo and video

Lightning bolt during the performance of the legendary Metallica band in Munich

An unusual incident took place at the concert of the legendary Metallica band in Munich, Germany. Fans witnessed a lightning bolt that effectively lit up the sky during the performance of the song "Master Of Puppets".

The musicians' fans saw in this natural miracle a message from the deceased bassist Cliff Burton. As you know, the famous musician died in the fall of 1986 during a tour in support of the album Master of Puppets, which included the song of the same name, as a result of a car accident.

The concert took place on May 24 at Munich's Olympiastadion in the open air when thunder rang out overhead. Netizens shared an atmospheric video of the performance, noting the professionalism of the artists. Fans even called the show "the coolest ever".

Almost 38 years ago, the band's bus was traveling from Stockholm to Copenhagen. The driver suddenly lost control and the vehicle fell on its side. During the fall, 24-year-old bassist Cliff Burton half fell out of the bus window. The artist was posthumously included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Lightning bolt during Metallica concert in Munich stunned fans: they called it a ''message'' from the dead bassist Cliff Burton. Photo and video

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