Michael Jackson's Corpse Discovered

Michael Jackson's Corpse Discovered

There are 242 comments on the New Urban Legends story from Jan 1, 2014, titled Michael Jackson's Corpse Discovered. In it, New Urban Legends reports that:

Claim: In March 2005, investigators discovered the corpse of Michael Jackson buried at his Neverland Ranch, more than four years before he was reported dead.

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“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#228 Jan 22, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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Loyalty is not shallow.
Loyalty to a dead celebrity is foolish and another sign of your lack of depth.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#229 Jan 22, 2014
Octopus wrote:
No one is jealous of that dead butchered clown. His nude corpse was shown on the world wide internet and later appeared in clear brilliant color on every tabloid publication across the international globe. Apparently, the clown had his belly button removed. What a freak. People snickered and laughed at his skinned slab in those unbelievable photographs. I personally liked the one with the pump bag over the clown's ugly mug as the medics were wheeling his cold shell out of his death room. Of course, his filthy dead bod was abused at the hospital before they sliced him open and took out his brain, liver and worthless heart for samples. I am sure the autopsy was probably recorded on a secret hospital full colored video with excellent detail and close ups of all the clown blood. I am fairly certain it was shown after the clown's chopped up corpse was returned frozen to The Jacksons for burial in which all the doctors recieved their own copies for medical purposes. The tabloid papers given their own secret autopsy photo stills for safe keeping.
What happened to you that made you the revolting person you are now? Do you read your own posts? Do they come from the real you or from the thing that seems to have possessed you and made you a different person from the one I remember you used to be?
ChasUGC

Phoenix, AZ

#230 Jan 22, 2014
ChasUGC=moving on getting a life.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#231 Jan 22, 2014
An NFL Fan wrote:
<quoted text>Loyalty to a dead celebrity is foolish and another sign of your lack of depth.
Loyalty is DEEP fat shallow man

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#232 Jan 22, 2014
Len is Disgusted wrote:
<quoted text>The only people jealous of Michael are pedophiles who wish they could get away with child molestation the way he did.
MJ was not a pedophile that's why children liked to be in his company.
MICHAEL I WANT YOU BACK

London, UK

#235 Jan 23, 2014
Standing at the golden gates.was the most beautiful angel.you have ever seen.forever the stunning prince Michael known for.he was a total hottie.and the most gorgeous guy the worlds ever seen.as soon as this angel started to sing he had the world at his feet,with his gorgeous locks of dark hair.he had baby brown eyes that just made you melt.those sweet and soft juicy red lips.and his smile Just lights up the world.when he moves
You say wow.when he on stage and gazes in to the crowd and says I love you and we say we love you more Michael.we want our angel back Michael
Miss you angel love you Michael more then anything in the world.greatest day was 29th august 1958 the most beautiful awesome angel was born. Forever Michael Michael here forever to stay.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#236 Jan 23, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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Loyalty is DEEP fat shallow man
Do you actually believe you're merely discussing a word definition, ignorant teenager?
You're just another of those who readily miss the point, aren't you, pedo worshiping stooge?
you wish

United States

#237 Jan 23, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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MJ was not a pedophile that's why children liked to be in his company.
Kids loved Jimmy saville too troglodyte
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#238 Jan 23, 2014
smilemjj wrote:
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What happened to you that made you the revolting person you are now? Do you read your own posts? Do they come from the real you or from the thing that seems to have possessed you and made you a different person from the one I remember you used to be?
I am the same as I've always been. My clown poetry just off beat underground art and the subject matter is reflected into written word because Wacko does not give out a warm, touching feeling. It is not illegal for me to put into poetry what I think happened to the clown's worthless soul. He was a dirt bag that got away with having sex with children. That is revolting but you tend to ignore that and shift the blame on me. In the same token, Michael could do songs like "Tabloid Junkie" "2 Bad" "DS" "Money" "They Don't Care About Us" and attack certain people because he wanted you floons to be on his side. Obviously, you still fall for the clown's bunk as being the victim. But some of know better. Molesting seven year old, Wade Robson and other boys was completely evil. He shouldn't get away with it because he is dead and was a pop star. Of course, you aren't going to think that he deserves such treatment but that is just too bad. We know that the clown was a compulsive liar and manipulated people to do whatever he wanted. I am sick of reading what an angel you floons believe he was. The clown was not a good person and most people know it.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#239 Jan 23, 2014
*some of us know better...
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#240 Jan 23, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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Yes we can see that your celebrity envy is at a breaking point.
It may sound like celebrity envy to you but it definitely is not. I would never desire to be Michael Jackson. I'd be a rock star if I were going to dream about being a famous person. I'd put myself in another time period because none of the so called celebrities are worth a grain of salt. I am not jealous of any of them. If I were to choose any one I'd love to step into, it would probably be Rudolph Valentino. I am not jealous because it is not in my nature. I think it would be cool though to be able to go back into the early days of Hollywood. It was very exciting because that was when the entertainment industry was fairly new. Rudy was very interesting because he stood out from all the rest. He was a dancer and made $7000 a week on a dancing tour because he was briefly barred from making movies. He had married his wife (who was a set designer and was in the business also) in Mexico and was not legally divorced from his first wife yet. But she locked him out of their room on their honeymoon so it was never a real marriage. I feel sorry for Rudy. He was the biggest movie star in the world and his second wife was very demanding. She controled him and when she didn't get what she wanted, she left him. Rudy loved her though. He died really young. His story fascinates me because he could have had any woman he wanted. If I were him, I wouldn't have died of a bleeding ulcer. Truly tragic.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#241 Jan 23, 2014
you wish wrote:
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Kids loved Jimmy saville too troglodyte
No they didn't. Many children have testified that.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#242 Jan 23, 2014
Octopus wrote:
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It may sound like celebrity envy to you but it definitely is not. I would never desire to be Michael Jackson. I'd be a rock star if I were going to dream about being a famous person. I'd put myself in another time period because none of the so called celebrities are worth a grain of salt. I am not jealous of any of them. If I were to choose any one I'd love to step into, it would probably be Rudolph Valentino. I am not jealous because it is not in my nature. I think it would be cool though to be able to go back into the early days of Hollywood. It was very exciting because that was when the entertainment industry was fairly new. Rudy was very interesting because he stood out from all the rest. He was a dancer and made $7000 a week on a dancing tour because he was briefly barred from making movies. He had married his wife (who was a set designer and was in the business also) in Mexico and was not legally divorced from his first wife yet. But she locked him out of their room on their honeymoon so it was never a real marriage. I feel sorry for Rudy. He was the biggest movie star in the world and his second wife was very demanding. She controled him and when she didn't get what she wanted, she left him. Rudy loved her though. He died really young. His story fascinates me because he could have had any woman he wanted. If I were him, I wouldn't have died of a bleeding ulcer. Truly tragic.
An ulcer is cause by bacteria. They had no medical knowledge of that back then. He was attracted to BAD girls and enjoyed a but if S&M. If he were alive today Madonna would have been his ideal partner.

I still think you are jealous of metrosexual MJ.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#243 Jan 23, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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An ulcer is cause by bacteria. They had no medical knowledge of that back then. He was attracted to BAD girls and enjoyed a but if S&M. If he were alive today Madonna would have been his ideal partner.
I still think you are jealous of metrosexual MJ.
Natacha Rambova wasn't exactly a bad girl. She was just a heartless b*tch that used Valentino as an art piece to design her sets in his movies. I do not think Rudy was quick to catch on because he was too much of a dreamer. Rudy would have thought Madonna was a pig like I do.
Madonna was never attractive to me. Natacha was very beautiful but a controling woman. She was molested by a pedophile when she was younger and had escaped from her abuser. I do not think Rudy knew anything about that. He was just hurt and confused. It was very mean of her to do to Rudy because he loved her. Again, there is nothing about Jacko that I would be jealous about. Please.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#244 Jan 23, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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An ulcer is cause by bacteria. They had no medical knowledge of that back then. He was attracted to BAD girls and enjoyed a but if S&M. If he were alive today Madonna would have been his ideal partner.
I still think you are jealous of metrosexual MJ.
The bacteria had spread through out his body and you would think that they would know how to do a blood transfusion but apparently not. From what I understand, Rudy was in pain for quite some time and drinking a lot. Plus he did not believe in going to the doctors.

It is laughable that you would think of something dirty about Rudy and Natacha's relationship as S&M but I do not think it was like that. Rudy does not give me that impression. He was like a kid that loved playing roles. He loved animals too. He was truly innocent and got ripped off by the Hollywood studios of the era because he made billions for the movie studios. He is probably the biggest movie star or entertainer of all time but because it was the silent era, it is lost in time. I was amazed when I read about how much his movies grossed on a two cent movie ticket. Unbelievable really. People were first getting into entertainment as an everyday thing instead of staying home with nothing to do. The roaring twenties is where it all began.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#245 Jan 23, 2014
Octopus wrote:
<quoted text>The bacteria had spread through out his body and you would think that they would know how to do a blood transfusion but apparently not. From what I understand, Rudy was in pain for quite some time and drinking a lot. Plus he did not believe in going to the doctors.

It is laughable that you would think of something dirty about Rudy and Natacha's relationship as S&M but I do not think it was like that. Rudy does not give me that impression. He was like a kid that loved playing roles. He loved animals too. He was truly innocent and got ripped off by the Hollywood studios of the era because he made billions for the movie studios. He is probably the biggest movie star or entertainer of all time but because it was the silent era, it is lost in time. I was amazed when I read about how much his movies grossed on a two cent movie ticket. Unbelievable really. People were first getting into entertainment as an everyday thing instead of staying home with nothing to do. The roaring twenties is where it all began.
Sounds like an interesting read. The 20's and 30's produced some highly creative individuals.

Strange that it hasn't inspired you to write about RV. You seem to be stuck in some sort of a MJ rut and he didn't inspire you?

As if.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#246 Jan 23, 2014
Octopus wrote:
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I am the same as I've always been. My clown poetry just off beat underground art and the subject matter is reflected into written word because Wacko does not give out a warm, touching feeling. It is not illegal for me to put into poetry what I think happened to the clown's worthless soul. He was a dirt bag that got away with having sex with children. That is revolting but you tend to ignore that and shift the blame on me. In the same token, Michael could do songs like "Tabloid Junkie" "2 Bad" "DS" "Money" "They Don't Care About Us" and attack certain people because he wanted you floons to be on his side. Obviously, you still fall for the clown's bunk as being the victim. But some of know better. Molesting seven year old, Wade Robson and other boys was completely evil. He shouldn't get away with it because he is dead and was a pop star. Of course, you aren't going to think that he deserves such treatment but that is just too bad. We know that the clown was a compulsive liar and manipulated people to do whatever he wanted. I am sick of reading what an angel you floons believe he was. The clown was not a good person and most people know it.
You're not the same, but if you're yourself now, it means that you were faking before. It might not be illegal to publish your depraved 'poetry' but it's immoral to revel on the upset that it causes to people who love MJ. MJ wrote those songs because the pain and distress the media and people like you made his life like hell on earth. He didn't 'get away' with anything or molest anybody. He wasn't an angel, but he was a caring, passionate, modest human being who loved life and the world. And most of all, he was innocent.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#247 Jan 23, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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Sounds like an interesting read. The 20's and 30's produced some highly creative individuals.
Strange that it hasn't inspired you to write about RV. You seem to be stuck in some sort of a MJ rut and he didn't inspire you?
As if.
I would say mainly the silent film era because when the talkies first came out around 1930, the sound was pretty bad. I was quite surprised by my interest in checking out these really old movies because I thought it was all like the keystone cops, slapstick comedy but that certainly wasn't the case. It was a very creative era but I like Rudolph Valentino the best. He had screen presence, sort of like a twenties Elvis. I did write of RV, rather wrote like a vampire. I have them in books. In fact, RV published his own book of poetry called, "Day Dreams" and he actually recorded a couple of unreleased songs back in the day. It is funny because very little of Rudy was on the internet and You Tube a couple of years ago but today, there is quite a lot. I was reading what people were saying and I was surprised because Rudy's been dead for 88 years. They should make a proper movie about him and Rambova. She later married a Spanish count was still childless. She died in 1966 of a rare disease that made her rot from inside out.

I do not like Michael Jackson but at the same time, I do not really hate him either. He is dead. The clown reminds be of a dancing circus freak from carnival of horrors. He still is fascinating because he was the one that invited my criticism by pissing me off enough to dig deeper into his real life, espeally after the "Living With Michael Jackson" reality special. I thought it was hiIarious. I certainly do not like his music. He shouldn't have married Lisa Marie. It embarrassed me and I was furious that he would try to link himself with Elvis. That is not my fault.

“at yet more f'loonspin”

Since: Aug 11

I live far away from f'loons

#248 Jan 23, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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MJ was not a pedophile that's why children liked to be in his company.
Read Kenneth Lanning's profile of a pedophile. Pedophiles make themselves likable to children. It's one of the signs.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#249 Jan 23, 2014
smilemjj wrote:
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You're not the same, but if you're yourself now, it means that you were faking before. It might not be illegal to publish your depraved 'poetry' but it's immoral to revel on the upset that it causes to people who love MJ. MJ wrote those songs because the pain and distress the media and people like you made his life like hell on earth. He didn't 'get away' with anything or molest anybody. He wasn't an angel, but he was a caring, passionate, modest human being who loved life and the world. And most of all, he was innocent.
The legal documents and court transcripts prove otherwise. The clown was guilty as sin but you choose to ignore it. That is the reason for the clown poetry. Since the clown was "immoral" by his compulsive lies and manipulation, he deserves the disrespect. He was a pedophile and most people know it. You and other floons continue to be in denial. That is not my fault. I am not jealous of him nor do I believe that he can be redeemed to his former glory. He was a bastard. Not a good man that cared about children or anyone else for that matter. In fact, it was all about him. Wade Robson is telling the truth. Your fantasies are based on his public relations campaigns and do not reflect the real Michael Jackson. A spoiled, ego driven clown that thought he was above God.

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