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  Michael Jackson Faked His Own Death

Jefferson Iowa News has learned that superstar Michael Jackson did not actually die this past summer - that instead he faked his own death in order to escape his many problems. It was reported that he was near bankruptcy, suffered from a variety of physical and mental ailments, and longed to be removed from the spotlight. There was simply no way out of the mess he was in other than changing his appearance and going completely underground.

Jackson, one of the most successful and influential entertainers of all time, was born August 29, 1958, and mysteriously collapsed and died at his rented mansion in Los Angeles on June 25, 2009. His death was ruled a homicide. Even close family members were apparently unaware of the plot he planned, which he patterned after the successful faked death of Elvis Presley.

According to our source, the plan called for Michael to undergo years of chemical bleaching in order to turn his skin white, then gain weight, cut his hair, and don glasses, thus completing his disguise. He would then settle down in a small Midwestern town, where locals would be easy to fool. He chose Jefferson, Iowa - exactly the same place that his idol, Elvis Presley, did many years ago. Elvis, as you may know, faked his death and lived out the remaining years of his life in rural Jefferson - unknown to the local media. He was able to live in relative obscurity, with the exception of one photo Jefferson Iowa News was able to take showing him in line at the Carroll Wal-Mart (photo at left).

With the help of modern computer software, we are able to publish a computer-generated sketch showing what Michael Jackson may look like today. We have taken into account his new skin tone, added weight, and hair style. We are told that he has begun wearing old-fashioned black-framed glasses and dressing in vintage suits and ties, purchased many years ago at Foreman and Clark. To view Jackson's new look, click on the following link - Michael's New Look . If you know of an individual who fits this description, please do not inform media outlets. Use the "contact us" link at the top of our web page and forward your suspicions directly to us.


Rick Bland, 11-03-2009