A very dedicated Michael Jackson fan spent up to $1 million to create his own Neverland in his parents’ backyard.
Jason Jackson, 46, was seven years old when he discovered Michael Jackson on the way to receive treatment for bone cancer, “when Jackson did the first moonwalk, I fell in love and wanted to be just like him.”
Jackson, who is now a Michael Jackson impersonator, transformed his parents’ backyard with a large security gate bearing the “Neverland” name. His father helped build animals throughout the yard and his mother sewed his bedazzled jackets. Jackson’s bedroom is adorned with Jackson memorabilia including a bedspread with Dangerous album artwork.
Jackson’s parents say the yard transformation is, “relaxing and very beautiful to look at.” There are various statues of Michael Jackson throughout the yard and a Jackson-inspired gazebo.
Australian Michael Jackson superfan spends $1MILLION transforming his parents' backyard into Neverland (and his mum even makes his jackets) https://t.co/MGXlka5kOw
— Daily Mail Australia (@DailyMailAU) May 6, 2020