King Bizarro, Michael Jackson's Xanadu is done.
The showplace of arrested development and late night sleepovers from the likes of MacCauley Culkin and one-time home to Bubbles the chimp and The Elephant Man's bones has formally come to an end.
Earlier this week, Jackson filed transfer of ownership of the 2,500 acre playground property to a real-estate company, Sycamore Valley, which purchased Jackson's debt when he defaulted on the $24.5 mill debt on the mortgage.
At the height of his moonwalkin' fame, Jackson brought the ranch in 1988 and turned it into an amusement park but has not lived there in years.
As for new ventures, the Prince of Puzzlements has made it clear he will not be rejoining his bros in their announced Jackson Five reunion tour.