Inside Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch
At one point in his life Michael Jackson lived in one of the most famous places in the world. Neverland Ranch was almost as well-known as the pyramids and the White House. So what exactly did he keep on the gigantic property?
Life-sized and made of Lego. It pretty much speaks for itself, doesn’t it?
Michael Jackson’s love for Star Wars continues with a replica of Han Solo frozen in carbonite in The Empire Strikes Back and Return Of The Jedi.
Michael Jackson owned many figurines of superheroes and sci-fi characters.
This wooden horse was a gift to Michael Jackson from Elizabeth Taylor.
We think this castle is definitely fit for the King Of Pop.
Believe it or not, Michael Jackson owned Johnny Depp’s famous prop from the movie Edward Scissorhands.
Another one of Michael Jackson’s prized life-sized statues.
His own personal wax figure presented by Madame Tussaud’s wax museum in London.
This is the iconic, custom-designed, white spandex, right-hand glove completely covered in Swarovski crystals.
Michael Jackson’s crown.
A Simpsons-logoed car owned by Michael Jackson.
A 1911 Grosset and Dunlap edition of Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie with an embossed cover and scenes from the photoplay featuring Betty Bronson.
No, not his youngest son, but a piece of embroidery made for Michael Jackson by a fan.
An oil on canvas painting of Michael Jackson dressed as a king.
From the 1984 American Music Awards for Favorite Album, Soul: Thriller.