My morbid curiosity won out again and compelled me to watch this "documentary," especially when I saw all of the negative reviews. Except for a couple of mildly interesting but inconsequential points, the presenter (Pearl Jr.) offers nothing but baseless innuendoes, tabloid gossip, and huge leaps of logic to make her case that Michael Jackson is still alive. Here's an example: MJ said he would end up like Elvis, so that obviously means he faked his death. That's actually one of Pearl Jr.'s better arguments. The woman actually cites the Weekly World News as one of her sources - that tells you everything you need to know about her journalistic credentials and integrity. I could see somebody uploading something like this to YouTube, but selling this tripe as a bona fide documentary is just plain wrong. Give this woman some tea leaves, and I bet she would come up with the answers to life, the universe, and everything.
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