Micheal Jackson’s ‘Neverland Ranch To Be Brought Back To Life’
Michael Jackson’s infamous Neverland ranch is set to be bought back to life, according to reports.
It as it has been claimed that Disney plan to create a theme park in his honour in his native, Gary, Indiana.
The theme park, inspired by Michael’s 2,600 acre Neverland ranch in California, will include a golf course, museum, 300 room hotel and a performing arts centre.
It is thought that developers want to cash in on the King of Pop’s legacy. Theme park operations agent, Odie Anderson said: “We will begin construction of the facilities this year.”
A specific opening date has been set aside, which Anderson told the Daily Mirror was “tied to a special Jackson event”.
Jackson, 50, was due to start his comeback tour in June when he died in Los Angeles.