Michael Jackson’s Neverland could become open to the public
HollywoodNews.com: California State Assembly member Mike Davis is attempting to open Michael Jackson’s Neverland park to the public.
Digital Spy which has been reading The Daily Telegraph reported the story.
The plan is for Neverland to be a California State memorial park for the late singer in the vein of Elvis Presley’s Graceland and The Heart Castle.
Says Davis: “I am committed to finding out all the details possible to make this a good proposal.”
The state would pursue a public-private partnership given its $19 billion state deficit.
Davis said: “Given that we have an economic shortfall… I suspect it would be difficult for the State Parks Department to purchase the property alone.”