Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Michael Jackson's Burnt Hair Goes on Sale

Hair for sale! Hair for sale!

Ralph Cohen, the executive producer of the 1984 Pepsi commercial where Michael Jackson suffered severe burns that would scar him for the rest of his life, is now selling 12 singed strands of the singer's hair he collected.

Ralph said when Michael hair caught fire, he took off his coat to help put the flames out. Apparently, during that process several strands of Michael's hair remained on his coat and he preserved them for 25 years.

The hair, along with a written transcript of Ralph's account of the incident and a color photos of Michael , are set to hit the auction block in London Oct. 17.

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Anonymous said...

This is just another example of the morbid way the Jackson family is trying to make money off of the death of Michael, he definately would be spinning in his coffin, maybe doing some karate kicks as well. This is really morbid, I would not buy such strange things like this, even if it is part of history.

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