Michael Jackson's final resting place was inundated with a delivery of 10,000 roses today. Fans have commemorated the three-year anniversary of the pop icon's death by sending an amazing array of blooms to his grave.
Michael was laid to rest at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California, following his death from acute Propofol intoxication in 2009.
A fan of the late Thriller star told TMZ that Michael's supporters used social networking sites to raise money from devotees around the world for the project.
They finally collected over $30,000 which they used to pay for the countless bouquet of red roses.
But after today the flowers will not be wasted and are going to be recycled and sent to senior centres and other places to brighten people's days.
Meanwhile Dr. Conrad Murray, who is serving four years in jail for the involuntary manslaughter of the King of Pop, was seen in a newly-released video clip today shot before his imprisonment.
“No man, no woman, with the exception of an innocent child, is absolutely free of hidden skeletons,” he says in the video posted on TMZ. “Therefore, next time you look in the mirror, before passing judgment or condemning someone, take a good look at yourself.'