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Michael Jackson Death Auction Reveals Secret Messages

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As we previously revealed to you, Michael Jackson’s death bed is to be auctioned off. But that may not be the most exciting (macabre) item in the sale. Several of the items in the sale contain private messages never intended for public eyes. Courtesy of TMZ, we have the photos of the private messages that can be bought along with Michael Jackson’s personal possessions. For Jackson fans these messages could be a priceless way to get close to the late King of Pop.

A message on the mirror reads “Train, perfection March April Full Out.” The rep at  Julien’s Auctions, who have organized the sale, says that Michael Jackson wrote the motivational message to himself in the months leading up to his This Is It tour.

There is also a chalkboard with probably the most poignant message, written by one of Michael’s children: “I love Daddy. Smile, it’s for free!” Both the mirror and the chalkboard have remained undisturbed since the singer’s death.

Clearly, neither of these messages was ever meant to be seen by the public, but apparently they will not be erased before the items go to auction on December 17.

So – messages from Michael Jackson: creepy or a wonderful reminder of your musical hero?

One Response to “Michael Jackson Death Auction Reveals Secret Messages”

  1. Wow, I wonder how much this will be worth fifty years from now?


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