Creepy Confession!

Michael Jackson Believed Ghoul Called ‘George’ Watched Over Rooms Where He Allegedly Abused Kids

The late singer claimed "George" watched over rooms where he allegedly abused kids.

Michael Jackson Believed Ghoul Called "George" Watched Over Rooms Where He Allegedly Abused Kids
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Super creepy! In an April 2018 book titled Behind The Gates Of Neverland by Ray Robledo, it was revealed that Michael Jackson thought a specter called “George” haunted the grim fairytale ranch — where the sicko was accused of grooming kids and stashing child porn — as it was near the sacred Native American ceremonial spot of Zaca Lake, used for tribal rites by the Chumash Indians.

Jackson’s former Neverland groundsman and security worker Ray Robledo — who worked at the ranch from 1989 to 1996 — said: “I was skeptical about George at first, but I did see him, not once, but several times.”

Michael Jackson Believed Ghoul Called "George" Watched Over Rooms Where He Allegedly Abused Kids

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“Almost everyone who worked at the ranch would tell you they had an encounter with ‘George,'” he added. “I encountered him at the park, on the train and especially in Michael’s theatre. These events also occurred during the day.”

Ray said George played “pranks” such as turning lights and alarms on and off and said it was believed he watched over Wacko’s bedroom. 

He added: “Michael himself had experiences with George. He asked me once if I had experienced or seen anything strange. “I told him yes, and as a matter of fact I had several encounters with George — and boy, did his eyes light up.”

 

 

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