Bloodied Shirt In Wardrobe Recap

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Offline TScottEliot

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Re: Bloodied Shirt In Wardrobe Recap

  • on: January 31, 2011, 04:34:40 PM
theory: the price tag is 3.99...99 is a very significant number and 3 is traduced it could be see 99. now this:
1. Where are the DNA studies? Michael had a medical record so there must be a record of his DNA structure.
2. What is Michael's blood type? some say O negative,some say A+ others B. the answer may be on the shirt.
3.the shirt looks like a nurse's shirt...the style.
4.remember profofol is only handled by nurses,not even doctors within the hospitals and also has inventory numbers to trace them back to main base...why hasn`t that been done?
5.I remember Janet was said to have hung that there.could it have a purpose: maybe to be able to check the DNA and blood type and see if it corresponds to Michael Jackson? or which one?
6.many articles refer to his having a live in double...double cars,double clothes,double everything.
7. remember Michael fell from the platform in a concert in Munich? in 1999? it broke,and it was during Dangerous tour...
does all this ring a bell to anyone?

check the video and read the shall find interesting facts,including this one:  Life on the screen

if MJ faked his death,to escape,or actually ESCAPED death because of human nature(Dr. Murray calling his lover) with HIM pointing out at everything that shows us HOW MANY TIMES he was involved in FREAK accidents,trials,media war and all...from the 911 call to many other things...or if the series of events caused all this: it only points out that there are MANY SILENT CULPRITS WHO ACTUALLY SMILE AT US TO THE DAY.AND SHOULD BE INTRODUCED INTO THE COURT.
911--twin towers
99 Dangerous tour Munich Germany (not germans but the neonazi illuminonazi groups)
I may be crazy...but who know...and actually 84 to 99 are 15 years....and add 10 more and you get 2009. in total 25 years.
Motown 25.  Odd huh?
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Re: Bloodied Shirt In Wardrobe Recap

  • on: January 31, 2011, 05:34:05 PM
How much of the Dome Project did Michael Jackson finish before he died?

Two weeks before he died, Michael Jackson wrapped up work on an elaborate production dubbed the "Dome Project" that could be the final finished video piece overseen by the King of Pop, The Associated Press has learned.

Jackson was apparently preparing to dazzle concert audiences in London with a high-tech show in which 3D images — some inspired by his "Thriller" era — would flash behind him as he performed on stage.

"It was a groundbreaking effort," said Vince Pace, whose company provided cameras for the shoot, a 3D system he created with filmmaker James Cameron.

"To think that Michael's gone now, that's probably the last documented footage of him to be shot in that manner," Pace said.

Two people with knowledge of the secretive project confirmed its existence Monday to the AP on condition they not be identified because they signed confidentiality agreements.

They said it was a five-week project filmed at Culver Studios, which 70 years ago was the set for the classic film "Gone With the Wind." Four sets were constructed for Jackson's production, including a cemetery recalling his 1983 "Thriller" video.

With 3D technology "the audience would have felt like they were visiting the 'Thriller' experience, like they were there," Pace said.

Shooting for the project lasted from June 1-9, with Jackson on the set most days. The project was in post-production, at the time of Jackson's death, and had been expected to be completed next month. It was not immediately clear what would be made of the video footage now.

Producer Robb Wagner, founder of music-video company Stimulated Inc., did not immediately return a message seeking comment on the project.

Michael Roth, a spokesman for Jackson's Los Angeles-based promoter AEG Live, said he hadn't heard about the production but did not rule that it could be part of the company's contract with the entertainer.

According to one of the people with knowledge of the project, a willow-thin, pallid Jackson left a memorable impression on the crew, arriving in a caravan of SUVs with hulking security guards in tow. The person said Jackson introduced himself to workers on the set and walked with a spring in his step but at one point needed assistance as he descended steps off a stage.

Besides the cemetery, one set was draped in black with an oversized portrait of Jackson in his "Thriller" werewolf costume. Another set was designed to simulate a lush jungle, and a fourth was built to replicate a construction site, with a screen in the back to allow projection of different backgrounds.

Taping took place in marathon sessions ending early in the morning. One scene filmed on the construction site set included scantily clad male dancers wearing carpenter's belts.

According to Stimulated's Web site, the company was hired to produce screen content for Jackson's planned comeback concerts in London. Stimulated has worked with Def Leppard and the Pussycat Dolls, and produced content for the Academy Awards and the Emmys. ... d=54775933
Sources: ... 8989.story (page not found  :? , may be the project must still be hush-hush because Michael's busy finishing it 8-) )

Jackson in his “Thriller” werewolf costume….  
Could it be that this bloody shirt is a part of a costume which is used in one of the settings of the Dome Project? Did Michael wear it in a setting? The project was secretive and that’s why the shirt wasn’t investigated because confidentiality agreements were signed, which fits in the hoax.
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Re: Bloodied Shirt In Wardrobe Recap

  • on: March 16, 2011, 12:20:51 PM
Is this really a blood stain  :? ?
It looks like a paint...
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