Jacko to live near ‘haunted caves’ during London gigsMarch 28th, 2009 - 12:55 pm ICT by ANI
London, Mar 28 (ANI): King of Pop Michael Jackson will move into a 28-bedroom mansion next to ‘haunted caves’ during his 50-concert stint in London this summer, it has emerged.
The 50-year-old singer has dished out 1million pounds to rent the Kent mansion situated on the edge of an ancient 22-mile maze of spooky passageways.
The area has been under constant limelight of ghostly sightings, which were dug in chalk by the Saxons, Druids and Romans.
Jacko will move into the nearby manor in late June.
“His team signed up this week to stay there,” the Sun quoted a property source as saying.
“We’re not sure if he knows about the caves but they’re all around,” the source added.
The three-storey building - built in the 1800s - has quarters for 20 staff as well as an underground cinema, music room, indoor swimming pool, lake and private wood. (ANI)
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