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I'm sure that you've probably at least heard of this by now.  People saying that a shadow seen during a Larry King hosted event on CNN that included a tour of Jackson's Neverland Mansion.  At one point the camera was looking down the hall and somebody spotted a shadow and before you can think "oh, crap", people are posting and reposting it all over youtube and every other video sharing site screaming about how it's Michael Jackson's ghost and that he's haunting Neverland.

Well, I am not a hamster, I know crap when I see it and all this ghost talk is exacly that... crap.  Bob agrees with me on this, in fact, here's the video of him calling a shadow what it is.. a shadow.

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3 Comments

  1. slotweasel on 10.07.2009 at 15:30


    I heard that it was TV lighting for some interviews they were doing, don’t you think that’s more likely the right answer than your “sun in the window” theory?

  2. ghosthunter on 10.07.2009 at 17:51


    Why are you so sure that MJ’s ghost isn’t haunting Neverland?  I’ve seen plenty of ghosts and I know they’re real.

  3. Grumpy on 12.07.2009 at 23:07 (Reply)


    I don’t know about you, but I am EXTREMELY tired of hearing about MJ.  He hurt kids, paid off the parents.  He was not the type of person to look up to.  Now people are trying to make him more than just a fouled up human. YUK.
    .-= Grumpy´s last blog ..Rolling Blackouts =-.

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