The reverend John Hugh Smyth-Pigott claimed to be the Christ in 1902. He was challenged by Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, who predicted his doom in the same year and the fact that his own name and fame would spread across London when that of Pigott would have long vanished and that his own Ark of Noah would overtake that of Pigott's, in allusion to the title of the pamphlet that was received in Qadian from Piggot (Malfoozat: ii, 512).
I have visited his house in London and the Ark of the Covenant – A study of the recent book The Abode of Love written by his granddaughter will prove how gloriously this prophecy was fulfilled. Below is a film about Pigott's house and 2 interviews with his granddaughter and author of The Abode of Love, Kate Barlow.
1. Woman's Hour: Growing Up Within a Religious Cult. (BBC Radio 4, 4 April 2006).