Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson’s final home, as of Thursday, is even stranger than his Thriller video, sitting atop 13 stories of secret catacombs housing Satanists and gypsies. Diane Dimond tours the tomb.

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BUDDING STAR

A young, cherub-faced Michael during his Jackson 5 days.

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THE ORIGINAL BROS

From left to right, Jermaine, Jackie, Marlon, Michael, and Tito Jackson. The Jackson 5's first four singles each hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

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CAMERA-READY

The Jackson 5 performing on stage in 1970.

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MOUSEKETEER

Michael in June 1971 at the age of 13.

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YOUNG MIKE

At age 13, Michael was the youngest member of The Jackson 5 comprised of his brothers.

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THE 'RENTS

Michael poses with his parents, Katherine and Joe Jackson, at the Golden Globe Awards in 1973.

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MIKE & DONNY

In February 1974, Michael Jackson and Donny Osmond pose with The Partridge Family child actor Ricky Segall at the American Music Awards.

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THAT GLOVE

The pop star gives the "thumbs up" with his famously gloved hand prior to attending a party being held in his honor at the Museum of Natural History.

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NOT EASY BEING FAMOUS

Michael and Kermit the Frog in 1980, the same year Jackson won three American Music Awards, two Billboard Music Awards, and a Grammy.

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THE BIG ONE

In 1982, Jackson released the album "Thriller" which became the best-selling album of all time and rejuvenated the music industry.

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SUPERSTARS

Jackson escorts actress Brooke Shields to a party at the Rex restaurant in Los Angeles following the 1984 Grammys, where he took home eight awards.

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ROYAL MEET & GREET

Princess Diana meets Michael Jackson at Wembley Stadium in London in 1988.

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BFF

Corey the Chimp with Michael at Universal City Studios in Florida, in 1991. The mysterious singer raised eyebrows when, in 1985, he rescued--and kept--a chimp named Bubbles.

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UNLIKELY FRIENDS

Jackson with Home Alone child actor Macaulay Culkin in Bermuda, West Indies in 1991. Culkin appeared in Jackson's music video for "Black or White."

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THE MAIN ATTRACTION

Singer Michael Jackson performs during the Super Bowl XXVII halftime show on January 31, 1993.

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WARDROBE CHANGE

Jackson performs at the Super Bowl XXVII during the halftime show on January 31, 1993.

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MARRIED P.D.A.

Michael Jackson and then-wife Lisa Marie Presley kiss on stage at the Radio City Music Hall in September 1994, shortly after they were married, at the MTV Video Music Awards.

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LONGTIME FRIENDS

Elizabeth Taylor arrives with Michael at the Pantages Theater in 1997, prior to the start of a birthday celebration for the classic actress.

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CAN YOU TELL?

Jackson poses by his wax figure at the Grevin Wax Museum in Paris in April 1997.

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ONE OF THE COMEBACKS

Jackson performs during his "30th Anniversary Celebration: The Solo Years" concert at New York's Madison Square Garden on Sept. 7, 2001.

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OLD POP, MEET NEW POP

Jackson appears with a leather-clad Britney Spears during the MTV Video Music Awards at New York's Radio City Music Hall, on August 29, 2002.

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STUNNING MOMENT

In a moment that caused tabloid headlines and sparked widespread criticism for weeks, Jackson held his 8-month-old son Prince Michael II over the balcony of the Adlon Hotel in November 2002 in Berlin.

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SEEMINGLY INVINCIBLE

Jackson waves at his fans following his arraignment on sexual molestation charges on Jan. 16, 2004. Hundreds of fans ran into the street to watch the singer dance atop his vehicle after he left the courthouse.

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ACQUITTED

Jackson departing from the Santa Barbara County courthouse at the end of the sixth week of his trial on April 8, 2005. Jackson was charged in a 10-count indictment with molesting a boy, plying him with liquor and conspiring to commit child abduction, false imprisonment and extortion. He was acquitted on all counts.

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"THIS IS IT"

On March 5 of this year, Jackson announced his plans to play 50 live concerts, dubbed "This Is It" at the London O2 Arena in July. The show was a $20 million production and every night sold out.