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:
There were bizarre magazines and creepy statues throughout the home.
There’s an abandoned zoo that once housed an alleged variety of exotic animals.
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:
Whatever this is…
And there were pictures and statues of children all over the place.
(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.