Geraldo Digs Up More Dirt On Michael Jackson

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Thursday, 12 November 2009

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What Will He Find?

In an exclusive interview offered for the media by Geraldo, who gave many sources a sneak preview including this reporter, also gave us some dirt he said came straight from the grave of Michael Jackson.

"Geraldo Rivers said he would deliver the dirt and here it is. Just kidding, although this is authenic."

What Geraldo has announced is that when they buried Michael Jackson, they also buried stuntman David Blaine and that Geraldo will open the casket live on the FOX channel next Friday night!

"We got the go-ahead before Jackson was buried in a deal with Joe Jackson and now we will see if David Blaine is still alive?"

"If Michael Jackson is still dead!"

"See if Michael Jackson is even in there!"

Geraldo went on to say that this is the biggest show since he opened up the vault of Vlad the Impaler ten years ago and found only a dead bat.

"I realize that that was a big disappointment to a lot of people but you have our word that we DID NOT plant that dead bat in there."

After leaving the facilities and hearing all about the big opening on Friday night, one reporter told us that he asked Joe Jackson if David Blaine was in Michael's grave or vault?

"I don't know anything about no David Blaine. Who is he, that preacher preaching about the chickens coming home? If so, he's a crackpot?"

"So you didn't get any money?"

"Money, what money......hey, you come back here! Where's my money?"

Of course, we only have the reporter's word about the Joe Jackson response.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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