Jacko: He was "Bad," He was "Dangerous," He was
Thrilling. And even post-mortem to his tragic death in
June of 2009, maybe he'll be back.
Before he turned white--and still had a nose--before
scandalous kiddie sex charges and weird marriages,
before money woes and widely televised humiliations,
Michael Jackson was the world's most exciting show-biz
OK, so he's Wacko. Frank Sinatra hated him; Elvis
Presley would probably have shot him, but the Gloved
One profoundly changed the face of pop music, selling
more than 45 million copies of Thriller, the mega-hit
album of all time.
THE MAN IN THE MOONWALK. Remember the time? The
madness? The music? That dance?
In this expos� by celebrity biographer Darwin Porter,
Blood Moon presents the first-ever complete saga of an
incredible American life--the good times, the very bad
times, the desperate attempt to stay on top, and the
international aftermath of "those lawsuits" when
everything, including Neverland, came crashing down.
Even his loudest detractors admit that they love his
music. This candid bio, updated to reflect the
circumstances of his death in 2009, takes you behind
closed doors to explore the star-studded, bizarre world
of America's most maligned superstar.
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Blood Moon Productions, Ltd.
August 15, 2009
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