Friday, 1 July 2016


Micheal Jackson's mansion reveals Children's Mannequins,stash of drugs,bloodied shirt

Pictures have emerged to show how Michael Jackson spent his final hours in the "squalid lifestyle of a drug addict", authors have claimed.Mannequins of children also were discovered in his mansion.
The pictures show vials of drugs, a bloodied shirt, and a bizarre shrine to babies on his

bedroom dresser.
Authors Mark Langhorne and Matt Richard detail the King of Pop's last moments before he was pronounced dead on June 25, 2009 in their book '83 Minutes: The Doctor, The Damage, and the Shocking Death of Michael Jackson'.
In an excerpt obtained by Radar, they detail the pill bottles, oxygen tanks and medical supplies littered around the bedroom of Michael's Holmby Hills mansion in Los Angeles.

 Tables were strewn with medical paraphernalia such as vials of drugs, syringes and tubes," they wrote.
"Plastic bags, scattered on tops of chairs and tabletops, contained latex gloves, creams and saline bags."

Police also found a bloodied white shirt hanging alongside other clothes in his bedroom.
The authors alleged the bedroom "smelled terribly" because Michael refused to allow cleaners access to the room.

There were also  pictures of life-size child dolls that Michael Jackson stashed inside his Neverland Mansion found.
The images were taken during California police’s 2003 raid of the “Thriller” singer’s home.
The pop superstar was being investigated for child molestation.
The childlike mannequins had been dressed by Jackson in denim jackets and sneakers.
Some of the dolls were positioned as if they were talking to each other.
The international superstar also had a signed picture of Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin.
His message read: “Don’t leave me alone in the house.”
Many of the Disney merchandise was from the animated film Peter Pan.
Jackson named his mansion after the fantasy island from JM Barrie’s tale, where children never grow up.


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