Friday, June 26, 2009

'Jackson's Not Dead, He's Living In a Bunker With Elvis Presley'

Good grief. All the loons are coming out of the woodwork.
Within just a few hours of the announcement of the death of Michael Jackson, the internet was flooded with unanswered questions and conspiracy theories relating to the star.
Such bizarre theories came in all shapes and sizes and included the mad, bad and also the plain sad.

One of the earliest and most unpleasant claims came from Hollywood blogger Perez Hilton, who alleged Jackson was 'pulling a stunt' to get out of his concert commitments at the O2 in London.

Perez added: 'Jacko pulled a similar stunt when he was getting ready for his big HBO special in '95 when he ''collapsed'' at rehearsal!

'He was dragging his heels on that just like his upcoming 50 date London residency at the O2 Arena, of which he already postponed the first few dates.'
The turd Hilton lamely redacted his post, but some folks saved it. Oops.

He truly is a disgusting human being.
The conspiracy theorists were given their starting pistol by the site which hours after reports Jackson was taken to hospital said: 'Michael Jackson is dead....Now how long until it becomes a conspiracy?'

One of the weirdest claims emerged on a site called 68comeback which reported that Jackson was living in a 'bunker' with Elvis Presley.

'You can believe the mainstream media if you want... or you can believe that he faked his own death in order to escape a) bill collectors, b) the pressure from his planned “re-emergence,” c) the supreme daily pain-in-the-assness of being a ultramegasuperduberstar, and/or d) any or all of the above, plus e) any other rationales, realistic or feverish, that might be attributed to a man of Michael Jackson’s demeanour, for wanting to pretend to be dead when he is not, in fact, dead.

'Surely you’ve heard of the secret, seven-story deep bunker that Elvis Presley had built underneath Graceland, prior to faking his own death?

'MJ lives there now with Elvis and certain other "dead" celebrities. You don’t have to be sad for him anymore.'

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