Written by jansal

Tuesday, 5 January 2010

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Recent findings in the home of Michael Jackson have uncovered a hidden diary that was found by moving men as they cleaned out the singers attic.

Speaking with the promise that we would not reveal his name, United Actors Moving Company employee showed us a photo copy of one of the pages in the alleged diary of this talented performer.

"Tonight while lying in bed with my beloved Liz beside me, I could hardly contain myself as I watched her sleep contentedly on the pillow next to me".

Still another photo copied page from the alleged diary there were further revelations of his love for her. "As she slept, I ran my hands up and down her beautiful soft flesh and I was,as always thrilled beyond belief".

We realized what a tremendous find this was and made an offer to purchase this "diary" from the moving company employee. Our offer was refused and we then tried to make him understand how valuable this would be to the family or fans of Michael Jackson.

After many attempts to gain possession of it, we finally gave up and contacted Michael's mother with the information.

She was happy to hear of the "find" and told us she would contact the young man to see if she could prompt him into giving up the "diary" as a keepsake for the family.

Soon afterwards we saw a story in a local paper regarding this and found out that the "Liz" Michael was talking about in his "diary" was not his dear friend but another "friend" whom he had named "Liz".

Animal lover that he was, the "Liz" referred to in the diary was a beautiful pet Iguana.

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

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