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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Holly Terrace defaced UPDATE




TMZ has learned Michael Jackson's tomb has been defaced by a stealth band of vandals -- who have marked the walls of MJ's mausoleum with hidden messages ... and it's all in permanent ink.

Security at Forest Lawn in Glendale, CA is on the lookout for "fans" who have been writing messages in hard-to-spot places outside the main window of the building in which MJ in entombed.

The writing is mostly hidden underneath ledges -- or in spots covered by bushes -- and contains messages like, "Miss you" and "Keep the dream alive."

Reps at Forest Lawn are pretty ticked off -- telling TMZ, "Activity such as this, is a prime example why we are evaluating the level of access to the various entrances of the Great Mausoleum."

Forest Lawn also tells us that anyone caught vandalizing the cemetery will be banned for life.
Source: TMZ

I don't know about any one else, but this really makes me mad.  These fans who continue to disobey FL's rules are going to end up getting the rest of us banned for life too!  And generations of MJ fans yet to come. 

A**holes!  (oops)

What are your thoughts?

(More pictures)
 


UPDATE: Here is a recent AFP report, which cites TMZ' report from this morning (above). Pay particular attention to the ending of this report:

Michael Jackson fans deface his tomb, discretely
(AFP) – 19 minutes ago

LOS ANGELES — Fans of the late Michael Jackson have defaced his mausoleum with small messages, tucked behind windows or bushes, expressing how much they miss him, entertainment website TMZ.com said Tuesday.

"Miss you," "Keep the dream alive," are some of the messages scribbled in indelible ink by unknown Jackson admirers, who are now in the cross hairs of security guards at Forest Lawn cemetery in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale, TMZ.com said.

Cemetery officials were quite angry when they discovered the graffiti.

"Activity such as this, is a prime example why we are evaluating the level of access to the various entrances of the Great Mausoleum," they told the entertainment website.

They said they did not report the incident to police, but that anybody caught vandalizing the cemetery would be banned for life.

Jackson fans around the world marked the first anniversary of his death last month, with candlelight vigils, slumber parties, a jailhouse memorial dance and other celebrations.

More than 5,000 photos, stuffed toys, flowers and other ornaments were left at his tombside in Forest Lawn.

The eccentric genius died aged 50 from a drug overdose at a rented Los Angeles mansion on June 25 last year.
Source:  AFP

11 comments:

  1. This is absolutely horrible!...disgusting!...this fans should respect and follow the rules, its so sad to see those walls written...F.L is a sacred place, not a football camp! or a subway station bathroom!...come on!...show respect!...
    Im mad and dissapointed...Michael wouldnt approve this kind of behaviour...
    If this fans want to write sth to him...they should do it in a piece of paper and let it there...NOT IN THE WALL !....
    Sad....

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  2. This really upsets me and it adds absolutely no value what so ever, i do not understand why someone would do this...

    i surely hope to still be able to go there next year as i pay a lot of money to go, and then maybe not be able because of some .......

    GRRR

    Mostly just sad! And so un-michael!!

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  3. DISGUSTING is the word for this madness....

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  4. No!!! No!! Is not possible!!! This is horrible, I'm disgusted! The people could leave love messages on tickets, why dirty walls? I'm really, sorry. Unfortunately in Italy too are there bad habits. I don't approve, is lack of respect. Sigh!

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  5. A visitor's book(s),like the one at Mj's funeral,would be the right think for this situation.So the fans can express their feelings about Michael and FL to avoid the writtings on the wall,which are in my opinion too,a same for every MJ fan.
    Now,who's gonna pay for them?Don't know!

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  6. ^^^^You took the words right out of my mouth!!!
    (Hee Hee)

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  7. lmao... have to figure out who Bubbles is... lmao!

    As for the topic-- yes, I'm still raging mad about this. I can't believe that ANY fan would think it was appropriate to do this.

    Disgusting. Disrespectful to MJ, to FL, to families of the other loved ones who are also encased there. Really really shameful. Each one of those people should be very ashamed of themselves.

    I hope if any other fans hear the stories and know the people are who did it, will turn them in-- or at least call them out on it.

    If not-- then I hope they read this post and the comments made by other fans.

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  8. Oh!I'm so sorry Cali.That Bubbles can't keep his mouth shot not for a minute.Many kisses!!!!
    Latoya!!!

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  9. Sorry Cali....Latoya is talking too much...as you know...I cant talk...but if I could...I would say...Latoya, dear...shut up please!!
    BUBBLES...( from the cage )...

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  10. LaToya and Bubbles must be VOLOS.

    Just a guess! lol

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  11. HAHAHAHA!!!!!....and...LMAO!

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