Investigators investigating the spookily mysterious and totally unexpected death of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, have made a gruesome discovery under the star's house at his Neverland ranch - what looks like a human skeleton.
Jackson, 51, died yesterday after suffering a cardiac arrest, but because medical experts say the cause of his death may not be known for two months - whilst they cover it up - nosey LA police officers started having 'a dig around in the undergrowth' at the residence, and were astonished to find the remains.
Sgt Bob Doowicky, of the LAPD, said:
"I asked my boys to have a poke around, to see if they could find any young kids playin' or anythin'. You just never know. And there, beside the giant Ferris wheel, which four of the men were having a ride on, was a mound of earth that had obviously been disturbed within the last 15-20 years. Once the dogs had removed the top layers of the soil, we saw some children's bones protruding. This could be more paedophilia."
The skeleton has been removed from the site for analysis, but forensic specialists say the results of those extremely lengthy tests won't be known for about two months, which should give them just enough time to cover it up.