Buyers interested in creepy items will have their hands full when Julien’s Auctions holds their upcoming sale of Michael Jackson items.
Julien’s Auctions owner Darren Julien revealed to E! News that the auctions most talked about item will be the bed where Michael Jackson died with bidding starting somewhere in the vicinity of $3,000 to $5,000 (they will let the market dictate the final sales price).
The December auction will also include various other items taken from the 55,000-square-foot rental property in Southern, California where Michael Jackson spent his last days.
The death bed isn’t the only item on the auction block, also up for grabs will be a kitchen chalkboard with a note that reads “I ♥ Daddy.” Interested buyers can also bid on upholstered chairs that were smudged with Michael Jackson’s makeup and various pieces of artwork from throughout the house including sculptures, paintings and antique furnishings.
Buyers looking for Michael Jackson inspiration can also bid on an armoire where Jackson wrote an inspirational message on the mirror for his “This Is It” tour which was in the middle of rehearsals before the singer passed away. The armoire’s inspirational message reads:
“TRAIN, perfection, March April. FULL OUT May.”
Do you think purchasing the bed where Michael Jackson died is a bit creepy, even from a collectors perspective?