Prepare To Freak When You See These Bizarre Neverland Ranch Secrets

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He’s been called the “King of Pop”, “The Gloved One”, and the “Greatest Entertainer of All Time”, but away from the stage and studio, Michael Jackson led a secluded life that often appeared strange from the outside. Well now we get a peak at the inside. His oft-mentioned home, Neverland Ranch, has been in legal limbo ever since his untimely death in 2009. Wanting a peek at what bizarre secrets it might offer, four friends broke in, and here’s what they found…

First, the sprawling compound:

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There were bizarre magazines and creepy statues throughout the home.

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There’s an abandoned zoo that once housed an alleged variety of exotic animals.

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See those tracks above?
There’s also an abandoned theme park that included 2 railroads, a Ferris wheel, roller coaster, arcade, and among other things, these now creepy bumper cars:

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Whatever this is…

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And there were pictures and statues of children all over the place.

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(via Mental Flare)

According to the Wall Street Journal, the estate was listed for sale last year under the title “Sycamore Valley Ranch” with a price tag of $100,000,000 (one hundred million dollars). As of this article being posted, it is still listed for sale at that price.

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