MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

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Offline Suzy III

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MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 01:07:50 PM
HELLO GUYS I WAS LOGED OUT AGAIN AND DO NOTHING.WHAT HAPPENED?I DONT NOW IF YOU READ IT ON THE ITALIAN BLOG,BUT I READ THAT THE TOMBSTONE OF MICHAEL IS THEIR ALREADY 50 YEARS.AND THEIR ARE INDEED A COUPLE OF PHOTOS BUT NO NAME.AND IF MICHAEL IS THERE I FIND IT VERY UNRESPECTFUL TO LAY SOMONE FAMOUS AND BIG GENIUS IN AN UNMARKED GRAVE!BUT HOW FIND OUT?I CANT GO TO THEIR OR DONT HAVE THE PHONENUMBER AND I AM FROM BELGIUM.I NOW THAT I LOVE AND MISS HIM VERY,VERY MUTCH AND I AM SO SICK OF THE GAMES THEY PLAYING WITH US!!SUZY.
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 01:28:17 PM
I understand the point you are trying to make.

Yes.. the crypt has always been there at Forest Lawn, but has supposedly laid empty since Forest Lawn was built....  as it is expensive.  But MJs family brought it for Michael and (the story goes).. MJ now lies in that crypt.
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 01:52:48 PM
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I understand the point you are trying to make.

Yes.. the crypt has always been there at Forest Lawn, but has supposedly laid empty since Forest Lawn was built....  as it is expensive.  But MJs family brought it for Michael and (the story goes).. MJ now lies in that crypt.

Well, they let us THINK that he's in that crypt  ;)
And yes, it's there for years now. You can see old pictures from it.
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 02:20:07 PM
It is to me famously this is 50 years old.
I never think that this as a place of rest MJs is possible!
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 02:53:46 PM
What I dont get if nobody may nows where he laying to rest way have the showing it then?Sorry guys but I am so confused.Maybe the have already visit his real grave,but if nobody nows where it is how can their than be any pictures??!!
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: December 30, 2009, 03:11:17 PM
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What I dont get if nobody may nows where he laying to rest way have the showing it then?Sorry guys but I am so confused.Maybe the have already visit his real grave,but if nobody nows where it is how can their than be any pictures??!!

I don't get that too, just ask Karen Faye why she sold the pictures, because she's the one who showed them...
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: March 05, 2010, 07:35:00 AM
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: March 05, 2010, 05:48:15 PM
If he's really in there, I think it is a little bit disrespectful that his name is not on that crypt
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: July 02, 2010, 04:53:11 AM
the crypt that he is in or the tomb if you will is  old, it was used as a show piece. To show potential "clients" what kind of resting space there are at FL.
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: July 02, 2010, 06:13:06 AM
Here's a comment I found on a page

By: Common Sense
On: 02 Jul 2010 1:15 am

The "crypt" that MJ is in is SOLID marble. It's been there in Forest Lawn since the 1950's. How did they get a casket in it?? Everyone else in there is in a crypt in the wall, right? Is there anyone else there that is in a standalone structure without their name even being on it? How come his kids never went to the burial spot since the funeral? (Jermaine confirmed this on Larry King). Makes you wonder.
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: July 03, 2010, 03:11:56 PM
Quote from: "Hazzely"
Here's a comment I found on a page

By: Common Sense
On: 02 Jul 2010 1:15 am

The "crypt" that MJ is in is SOLID marble. It's been there in Forest Lawn since the 1950's. How did they get a casket in it?? Everyone else in there is in a crypt in the wall, right? Is there anyone else there that is in a standalone structure without their name even being on it? How come his kids never went to the burial spot since the funeral? (Jermaine confirmed this on Larry King). Makes you wonder.

How can we get proof that this is solid marble?
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: July 03, 2010, 03:18:30 PM
Sorry to 'hijack' the OP's thread but I just wanted to say that this 'crypt' and 'mausoleum' business has bugged me right from the very start.

It is very convenient to have had 'Michael's body' placed where nobody can get to it, so that nobody can discover the truth and where it is so easy to create a mock-up of that very place for the purpose of trying to convince us that he is gone. After all, burying him out in the open (within the actual grounds of FL) would have meant that it would be too easy for people to discover that Michael was not buried there, nor would it be so easy to create a mock-up of his burial place out in the open.

If Michael really did die, I can't believe for one minute that he would be laid to rest in a place where his fans could not visit and pay their respects. I mean, the Jacksons Tweets say it all - telling us that Michael loved his fans very very much and always wanted his fans to feel close to him. Really??? So why lay him to rest in a place where he can't have his fans close to him????
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: July 03, 2010, 03:32:24 PM
I think they meant that the thickness of the walls is marble, not that the crypt has not hole in it. At least that's the way we use the word Solid.
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: July 03, 2010, 06:03:48 PM
Forest Lawn, often called the Disneyland of the dead, opens in Glendale, California.

http://www.alsirat.com/silence/cemtime/time5.html


Disneyland of the dead....   :?
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: July 03, 2010, 07:56:00 PM
All famous people that I know of have their name on their grave, why would MJ be any different. It's obvious the family are hiding the truth.
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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: July 04, 2010, 04:01:14 AM
Quote from: "DancingTheDream"
Forest Lawn, often called the Disneyland of the dead, opens in Glendale, California.

http://www.alsirat.com/silence/cemtime/time5.html


Disneyland of the dead....   :?

I don't think that's such a bad description.

"Forest  Lawn was founded in 1906 by a group of businessmen in San Francisco, and it was initially established as a non-profit. By 1917, Forest Lawn had been taken over by Dr. Hubert Eaton, a man who is often credited with revolutionizing the American funeral industry." [...] The company does not appreciate the term “cemetery” in the context of its properties, preferring “memorial park.” [...] Forest  Lawn's grounds are also rented out for weddings, christenings, and other events."

http://http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-the-forest-lawn-cemetery.htm

The memorial parks are made of easy-to-maintain greenland and plaques that don't bother a lawnmower (reminding me in their standardization of cemeteries for killed soldiers in WW I / WW II) and of reproductions of famous masterpieces of architecture and art thus being appealing to tourists to spend their leisure.
This is an industry for make-believe and made-as-if - what's in fact making this much different from any Disneyland theme park?

Does anybody else find it strange to have a "Drive-In" to honor your beloved decedents?
Just like you would drive-in buying a hot-dog. Is it only me who thinks that's strange?

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Re: MICHAELS GRAVE 50 YEARS OLD?

  • on: July 14, 2010, 05:22:07 AM
[/quote] This is an industry for make-believe and made-as-if - what's in fact making this much different from any Disneyland theme park?

Does anybody else find it strange to have a "Drive-In" to honor your beloved decedents?
Just like you would drive-in buying a hot-dog. Is it only me who thinks that's strange?
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No, it`s not only you ...  
I guess most Europeans would consider a concept lke this as rather impious or irreverent.
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