Neverland, CA-- Visitors to the cemetery at the Neverland Ranch have an easy time locating their hero's final resting spot. No grass grows over the grave of Michael Jackson. It's as if heaven itself has cursed the spot.
New grass has been planted on Michael's grave almost a dozen times in the last month, but it always dies by the next day. Flowers from mourners wilt and fade within seconds after being left at the lonely spot. The grave is avoided by all of nature. No birds sing and no crickets chirp within 100 feet of the entertainer's sad grave.
Bizarre weather events also plague the grave site. Last week a very rare hailstorm left 10 feet of ice on top of the grave. No other grave was affected. Many times rain will fall only on Michael's grave and no where else. Lightening has struck and destroyed the tombstone over one-hundred times in the last month.
Eerie, high pitched screaming comes from the grave after sundown. Haunting wails of extreme distress pierce the night for miles around.
"It's nothing good, it's nothing good, the Lord is unhappy." said Michael's mother in a sad voice. She visits her son's grave everyday and prayers for him.
"Say a prayer, if not for him, then for his family." she asked.