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"I remember playing air hockey one time, and we were going back and forth.

I play
air hockey on the side as opposed to the end of the table because its more acces
sible for me to really understand whats happening. He said, Oh, youre cheating. And
I said, Aw, Im not cheating, come on. And we went on and on for hours, just playing
air hockey and being silly. He had a childlike heart. And that was very, very i
mpressive to me. At the end of the day, were all human beings, and for those who
cant see that it is possible for a man whos an adult to have a childlike spirit, i
t doesnt mean that theyre weird, it doesnt mean theyre a freak or whatever ridiculou
s things people say. We have all kinds of people in the world. The most importan
t thing is that your heart is in a good place."
Stevie Wonder
Source: http://heavensgladyoucame.tumblr.com/post/24409842807/i-first-met-michae
Jones reveals that upon seeing his work, the King of Pop grabbed his hand and sk
ipped a block s length with him!
"It was like we were little kids," remembers Jones, who was devastated by Jackso
n s recent death. "It was just fantastic. When we were there, they treated us li
ke kings and queens. Neverland is designed to make you feel like you don t have
any responsibilities. Michael would go up in this tree and write poetry," Jones
recalls. "In the day, he d be sitting over in the tree, and he d be just Michael
Leon Jones
Source: http://artdaily.com/news/32026/Artist-Leon-Jones-to-Auction-Painting-Aut
He wasnt the demanding type, but more of a little kid that wanted things immediate
ly. We had crews working all hours of the day, and you could tell Michael was so
excited. He put pressure on me, but it was a different kind of pressure, a fun
pressure, Urquidez said.
Tony Urquidez
Source: http://syvnews.com/news/local/building-neverland-local-contractor-turne
You became friends?
Yes he was very sweet and shy. He invited me to lunch in his trailer, where he us
ed to enjoy himself watching cartoons on TV. In some ways he was, in fact, like
a child, only physically grown up, a real Peter Pan, introverted but also eccent
ric, electrifying, he wound up incredibly in front of the audience.
Angelica Huston
Source: http://www.innermichael.com/2011/06/heartbreak-and-neverlands-dream/
One of my favorite memories of this day was playing video games in the arcade wi
th Michael, Nick and Aaron Carter and Rodney Jerkins. Seeing the pure joy that M
ichael was able to have while playing those games, inspired me to try to always
have a childs heart. His childlike spirit was infectious.
Shana Mangatal, secretary to MJ s manager Sandy Gallin
Source: http://michaeljacksonandshanamangatal.blogspot.hu/2012_11_01_archive.ht
The first day of rehearsals for Michaels 30th-anniversary celebration everyone was
terrified. When he came in to watch the choreography I had made for him, I said
, OK, you can sit over here. I looked over, and my son had put some candy and a pi
cture he drew of Michael on his chair. I apologized, My son must have done that. M
ichael fell on the floor laughinghe was literally rolling.

He said, Show me some dance moves to my son. It broke the ice, so the dancers were
nt so afraid. He couldve been a diva but he was nice to everyone. Thats what I reme
mber mosthis childlike spirit.
Brian Thomas, Choreographer
Source: http://dancemagazine.com/news/Remembering_Michael_Jackson/
I was on my way to my bed around midnight, and there he is, Michael was in the h
all. We talked for couple of minutes and he started asking me about the history
of Germany. He was fascinated by the fact that Richard Wagner and king Ludwig II
were homosexuals and probably have had relationship. He asked me innocent, like
a child : You mean they were dating? We laughed at that pretty much.
Source: George Kerwinski, bodyguard who was with Michael during his 3 tours.
Bravo Magazine, 1993
Q: When you sat down you started to tell us that Michael was kind of a little bo
y in many ways.
A: Very much so. I was suprised. I remember one night we were at his house in hi
s bedroom when he was very depressed. I said Michael what s the problem?
He said Muscles ran away. I said he didn t run away he will show up when he gets
hungry he ll come back. He says no he ran away he was very depressed.
Couple of days later Muscles resurfaced when he was hungry.
Larry Larson produced, coordinated Jackson Victory Tour Los Angeles
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjFnuMoyfJ8
They tried to run this guy under the bus. What people failed to realize is, he w
as a child trapped in an adults body. And it was not a bad thing. Children are in
nocent to the world. He kept that love and that innocence within him.
He was a simple, humble guy who loved people the way God said we should love eac
h other. For all the money he had, he was a very humble person.
George Mayers - engineer who worked on the Invincible
Source: http://shazbot-nanu-nanu.tumblr.com/post/119068970032/if-you-really-wan

At the end of the day Michael was a kid, and kids like hanging out with other kid
s, not adults, so I just think that he reached a point, you know, at that age wh
ere he just kind of stayed there,
Alfonso Riberio
Source: http://www.accesshollywood.com/alfonso-ribeiro-on-michael-jackson-moles
"MORGAN: What was he like, Michael Jackson.
JONES: I m not making any excuses. He was so wonderful. He was a big kid. He rea
lly was that. It wasn t -- he was so innocent and just a big kid. And to me, at
that age, he just was like me but taller and very much more talented. "
Rashida Jones
Source: http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1112/09/pmt.01.html
"Everyone noted that he was like a child or a teenager, always playing with Bret
t Barnes who was pushing and jumping on their backs, but his smile, wide and iro
nic at times, which, together with the uninhibited gestures, showed his impressi
ve personality."
The Lladr brothers
Source: http://mj.sim-strangerinmoscow.forumfree.it/?t=62825258

"I know for absolute certain that this is a man who could have never done anythi
ng harmful to anyone he was very much of a child himself."
Wayne Dyer
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyCZ4x0cmmg
"IN AUGUST 1999, MICHAEL STARTED WORK ON HIS NEW album, which would become Invin
cible, in New York City. He rented a town house on the Upper East Side, on Seven
ty-fourth Street. As Michael had done with his Hideaway in Culver City, we trans
formed that Upper East Side town house into a mini- Neverland. Michael wanted to
create an environment where he felt comfortable, and he felt most comfortable w
hen he was being a kid. So up on the fifth floor was a game room, with video gam
es, a pool table, a movie projector, a popcorn machine, and a fully stocked cand
y counter. Michael asked for some mannequins, which I picked out at showrooms. T
hey were delivered, assembled, and dressed in sportswear. We posed them around t
he first floor. To keep them company, there was a life-size Batman from Sharper
Image standing in the middle of the room. "
Source: Frank Cascio, My Friend Michael
"He was a very gentle soul. He was Peter Pan. He was an amazing amazing person.
Whenever somebody was in trouble he would go to aid them."
Seth Rigg
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdSKeVMB7MA
"He was child like at heart, a practical jokester, a comedian, a health food adv
ocate, a healthy eater, a lover of "good" food, a lover of fine art, a lover of
animals and the world s most celebrated entertainer."
Kai Chez
Source: http://chefkaichase.blogspot.hu/2014/06/mj-lovei-think-aboutthe-good-tim
He was like a child. He loved gamesso much, he had pinball games around the stage.
Moshe recalled when Jackson was in group therapy. His job was to vacuum-clean, bu
t he didnt know how to use a vacuum! My men had to teach him how. He went around
vacuuming vacuuming everything. He had such a good time.
Moshe Alon
Souce: http://sonofthecucumberking.blogspot.hu/2009/07/recalling-michael-jackson
When George Folseys son, Ryan, 13, accompanied his father to meetings at the Jack
son home, Michael behaved like a kid who was bored hanging out with the adults,
jumping up to show Ryan around. They would feed the llamas, play the video game
Frogger, and drive toy Model Ts around the grounds. Michael was 25, but Id say that
he was 13, says Ryan. Mentally, he was 12 to 15 years behind. He could relate to
me because he was my age.
Ryan Folsey
Source: http://www.vanityfair.com/online/daily/2010/06/nancy-griffin-on-the-maki
"He was very misunderstood. They talk about him being a pedophile. I can tell yo
u that didn t happen. He was very childlike. I thought he was like a gentle butt
Dick Zimmermann

Source: http://www.popeater.com/2011/03/10/thriller-portrait-michael-jackson/
I do NOT believe that Michael did anything untoward to not only his children, bu
t to any other child. He was a child himself. I never in any way viewed him as s
omeone who was capable of doing what they accused him of doing.
Carrie Fisher
Source: http://www.tribute.ca/news/index.php/carrie-fisher-blogs-about-michael-j
He liked to play practical jokes, and he liked to have fun. He was a big kid. The
re was one food fight where I wore a bucket of shrimp...after they poured it all
over me,
Harrison Funk
Source: http://www.newrepublic.com/article/118407/michael-jackson-photographer-h
But off stage he was a child, permanently damaged by his abusive father and was a
lways seeking the childhood that had been denied him. Was Michael normal? Absolu
tely not. But did he abuse children? Never. There was an innocence about Michael
but also an ignorance. He loved children because they were the only ones who ne
ver took advantage of him.
Ron Weiser
Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/event/article-2720046/Madonna-ruthless-d
"In some ways, he was like a child, and a very sweet and gentle child, and he wa
nted me to tell him many, many stories,"
Jane Goodall
Source: http://edition.cnn.com/2009/SHOWBIZ/Music/10/09/ent.jackson.goodall/inde
"I remember driving with him one day, and I said, God, Michael, I wish I could
find a movie I could produce for you. And suddenly I knew. I said, I know what
you ve got to do. It s Peter Pan. Tears welled up in his eyes and he said, Wh
y did you say that? with this ferocity. I said, I realize you re Peter Pan. A
nd he started to cry and said, You know, all over the walls of my room are pict
ures of Peter Pan. I ve read everything that [author J.M.] Barrie wrote. I total
ly identify with Peter Pan, the lost boy of never-never land. "
Jane Fonda
Source: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/michael-jackson-life-as-a-man-inthe-magical-kingdom-19830217?page=4
"I was aware of the allegations against Jackson but the two behaved like two litt
le kids having fun and it was all totally innocent. Jackson kept getting beatenwh
enever he made a mistake he would shout Jesus Christmas! Apart from that he never
swore and was always well-mannered and polite"
Steve Tarling
Source: http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/michael-jackson/articles/110337/title/michae
I think he s really Peter Pan, said Mr. Peters. He is this constant dichot
omy of man and child. He can run corporations and tell record companies what he
wants, and then he can sit in a trailer and play Hearts for hours with a friend
who is 12 years old. He loves fantasy, and when he writes about real life it s a

role for him, a fantasy - he sees it from his bubble.

Michael Peters
Source: http://www.nytimes.com/1984/01/14/arts/michael-jackson-at-25-a-musical-p
Michaels still a kid. Im still a kid. Were both going to be about 8 years old foreve
r in some places because we never had a chance to be 8 when we actually were. Th
ats kind of the beautiful and the cursed part of our lives.
Mac Culkin
Source: http://nypost.com/2014/01/28/child-star-macaulay-culkin-is-back-with-biz
"This was the Michael I knew. Innocent, child-like at times, but not childish. "
Brad Sunberg:
Source: https://www.facebook.com/MajorLovePrayer/posts/10152309859927742
"I really believe that the child inside of him was always begging to be released
. Watching him play hide-and-go-seek with my daughter Amber and the other childr
en, I was struck by how much he laughed, enjoying the fun as much as they did. L
istening to Michael speak was almost as amazing as hearing him sing because he s
poke with such love-for his children as well as his family and fans. He was kind
, gentle, and remarkable in every way. He shared stories with us that night as i
f we had known him forever."
Loren Ridinger
Source: http://hauteliving.com/2009/07/the-passing-of-pops-greatest-icon/5407/?m
Q. Do you remember telling Michael Jackson, Youre like Peter Pan. Everybody wants
to be around you and spend 24 hours?
A. Yes.
Q. You told him, Lily would too, except shes not old enough?
A. Yes.
Source: June Chandler s testimony 2005,Tom Mesereau cross-examining her
Even Jordan Chandler in one of his rare honest moments when he was not trying t
o recite the bogus molestation
story his bipolar extortionist wannabe screenwriter father wrote, described who
MJ truly was and how he behaved in his presence:
Dr: Gardner: "It sounds to me, from what you re describing, he was functioning
very much as a child."
"That s what he believed he was."
Dr: Gardner:
"You say, psychologically, he believed he was a child? When you
were with him - you
described the video games - he would play with you child games. Did he ever giv
e any
explanation as to why he did that?"
"Because he s, like, when he was young, like my age, his father w
ould continuously make
him work, and like, his father would like beat him and stuff, and he s trying t
o relive what he didn t
have as a young boy. Peter Pan is his idol."
Dr: Gardner:
"Why is that?"
"Because Peter Pan is forever young, and he goes on adventures and
Dr. Gardner: He could relive all the experiences he didn t have, but what about

the sexual part. How does that fit into reliving? Did he say he had sexual expe
riences of any kind as a child with some older person?"
"No, not that I know of."
Source: https://jacksonaktak.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/j-chandler-gardner-inte
Dr. Gardner saw through Chandler no wonder that his assessement was never publis
hed by the Chandlers.
If Gardner had concluded that Jordan was telling the truth you can bet his profe
ssional report would have been all over the media.
The Chandlers would have leaked it to Dimond or Orth or any of the other anti-Ja
ckson hacks. But Dr. Gardner s
repor was nowhere to be seen. Guess why?
Of course there is no explanation for the sexual part because there was no sexua
l part. That was invented by
his father and injected into the actual story of MJ being with Jordan like a bro
ther would be or a buddy not
as a lover or a molester.