Thursday, July 16, 2009

Michael Jackson's corpse in Neverland

A body was found in Neverland during a sweep that could very be the corpse of the prominent Michael Jackson, official said.

“From what we can tell, he died between 15 – 20 years ago,” forensic investigator Tim Holbrooke said.

“We don’t know who and what has been standing trial in that Santa Maria Court House,” he added.

According to Holbrooke, Jackson’s corpse was buried just inches below a stretch of the miniature-train tracks that run throughout Neverland.

The decaying body was dressed in red, zipper-covered leather jacket and a single glove that look like a dying trend decades ago.

“We are positive that the corpse belongs to Michael Jackson after examining dental and DNA evidence,” Holbrooke explains.

“Even though the body was at an advance decomposition stage, we found a striking similarity in bone structure and facial features,”

“Only his 1987 photos resemblance was negligible,” he add.

“This discovery has raised a series of questions, but it also leads to a number of disturbing incidents,” he said disheartedly.

“Moreover, Michael Jackson has been acting strangely so far,” he concludes.

Mean while, forensic experts and music critics are speculating that Michael death happened before the release of the multi-platinum album Bad.

Detectives are currently looking at the lyrics on “Man In The Mirror” for leads relating to the death of the youngest Jackson and the person who assumed his identity.

“We believe that Neverland existed as the sole purpose to divert attention, acting as the perfect place for Michael’s burial, a mastermind afterall,” Holbrooke said.

“We also suspect that the crime happened on that range was the work of an imposter, though the current evidence only lead us to 13-year-old cancer patient,”

“And who knows? The current Michael Jackson could very much be a victim of the sort,”

“Basically, we have no idea what type of creature we are dealing with,” Holbrooke explains.

The investigation continues thereafter.

Source: Annoymous forwarded e-mail

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