MICHAEL JACKSON'S SECRET MUSIC VIDEO
by Hank Willow, staff reporter [August
[HollywoodInvestigator.com] A never-released Jacko music video was doomed to oblivion after Michael
Jackson was alleged to have molested a boy in 1993, because the video's
storyline took on a new -- and embarrassing -- light after the allegations!
The Hollywood Investigator
that shocking claim from a working actress
in Santa Monica, California.
According to the actress,
she had worked as an extra on a Jacko video shortly before publication
of the now infamous child molestation charges. She did not know what
song the video was intended for, nor even if the song was from Jacko's
1991 Dangerous CD, or upcoming 1995 HIStory.
The actress described the
video as featuring a Frankenstein storyline in which a mob
of angry villagers
corner Jacko -- and demand that he stay away from their children. Jacko, cast in the role of the monster, protests that he loves children
and would never harm them.
The actress stated that Jacko
kept urging the extras to insult him so as to "put him in the mood" for
his part. Although the extras tried to comply --
"It felt so strange," the
actress said. "We kept shouting 'you're weird, you're a freak, you're
strange!' ... But how far could we go? I mean, he was! I kept
wondering, can't he see? Didn't he realize it?"
added that Jacko "looked like a mannequin."
Perhaps sensing the extras'
reluctance to insult him, but not the reason why, Jacko continued shouting,
"No, you have to really insult me! Really do it! You have to make me mad! Make me really mad!"
Shortly after the shoot,
the molestation allegations surfaced. Although the video was not
connected to those allegations, and proves nothing, its theme was embarrassing
enough that the actress was not surprised that the video was never released.
Is her story to be believed? It is noteworthy that the actress was not paid for her story. Furthermore,
although she is not a household name, the Investigator has verified through
the Internet Movie Database that she
has performed in minor speaking roles, for film and TV. And finally,
her description of the video is plausible. Jacko is known to be a
horror film fan, having previously solicited John
Landis to direct his
werewolf themed Thriller video.
Copyright 2002 by HollywoodInvestigator.com
2, 2004, John S. e-mails: "Michael Jackson did release this video called Ghosts in 1997. It was shown for the first time at the Cannes film festival. Stan Winston was the director. The 42-minute flm was a great success
and released on video and broadcast on VH-1 and MTV all over the world."
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Hank Willow is a Los Angeles based tabloid reporter who investigates Hollywood scams and Tinseltown's occult underbelly. Read about his adventures in tabloid journalism in Hollywood Witches