WEIRD FANTASY WORLD OF MICHAEL JACKSON SECRET DIARIES

Published on: September 12, 2013
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NationalEnquirer.com

MICHAEL JACKSON’s purported secret diaries reveal his desperation to be “the greater ever” and his delusional bizarre secret fantasies about Walt Disney, Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly AND “The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad”! 

 

The alleged diary is laced with a tortured Jackson’s yearning to make his comeback series of 50 concerts a success, after years of sordid headlines, questionable behavior and persistent child molestation allegations, RadarOnline reported.

“Better than Kelly and Astaire,” wrote Jackson.  “The greatest [ever] in the likes of Chaplin, Michelangelo and Disney – these men demanded perfection, innovation always.”

 

Jackson also penned how he wanted AEG, the concert promoter, to help him develop and remake  such fantasy film classics as The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, Ali Baba and 40 Thieves, Jack The Giant Killer and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

 

Jackson — who considered himself a real-life Peter Pan – famed fantasy figure who never grew up accompanied by under-age gang of followers “The Lost Boys” — also plotted to create a live action 3D version of Aladdin, the Disney animation hit from 1992. 

 

He reportedly scrawled, “If I don’t concentrate [on] film, no immortalization.”

Jacko also wanted to take conquer Broadway with a musical about his life and create his own merchandising.

Lawyers for Michael’s distraught mother Katherine Jackson, 83, are fighting to get the notes admitted into evidence; however AEG, who were promoting the London concerts, is arguing the notes are hearsay and should not be allowed to be used.

 

 “There is simply no evidence showing when Michael Jackson wrote the notes, why he did so, or what they mean. As a result, there is no way to know whether the notes ever showed Michael Jackson’s plan, motive, or intent,” said the court motion.

 

Katherine, 83, is suing the concert promoter for wrongful death saying the company’s executives negligently hired the doctor who overdosed her son and should be held financially liable.