Michael Jackson was a fan of slumber parties—and apparently slept in his doctor's bed the night he died. TMZ reported Friday that Jackson's last night alive was not spent in his bedroom, as originally widely reported, but in the bed of his personal doctor, Dr. Conrad Murray, who worked nights at Jackson's home. Law enforcement believes that Murray may have put Michael to sleep in his bed almost nightly using Propofol, the drug at the center of the Jackson probe, which was found hidden in a closet in that very room. Police are theorizing that Murray would administer Propofol via IV drip at night, leaving in the morning. There are also rumors that Murray may have discovered Jackson either dead or in distress as early as 9 a.m., taking time to call two women at his office to remove boxes of potential evidence against him.