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Was Michael Jackson Destroyed Due To His Facination With Adolf Hitler?



New York memorabilia seller claims king of pop kept hoard of Nazi films


SUN0149aMichael Jackson had a secret stash of Nazi documentaries that he kept at his Neverland home, it’s claimed.

He allegedly had a collection of memorabilia and hunted down specialist video sellers who could discreetly sell him hard-to-find films and documentaries, according to the New York Post.

The troubled pop star seemed obsessed with Adolf Hitler’s regime as well as a selection of movies and TV specials which focused on troubled young boys in abusive or dysfunctional families.

Nazi memorabilia seller Norman Scherer claims to have helped Jackson form ‘a really good collection’, supplying him with titles such as Nazis: Of Pure Blood, Oasis of the Zombies and Hitler’s Children.

Scherer goes on to claim in the Post that Jackson didn’t even try to hide the videos, displaying them on the walls of his video vault at his Neverland Ranch.

But clearly Jackson, who often wore military-style clothing, was not comfortable sharing his Hitler obsession with other people. wrote:

Michael Jackson, a fan of Nazi documentaries

The star also had a collection of Nazi items and often contacted traders to provide videos, film and rare documentary, according to the New York Post.

Jackson's collection was extensive. (above is not Jackson's)
Jackson’s collection was extensive. (above is not Jackson’s)

Norman Scherer, a New York specialist in trade objects during the Nazi period, claims he helped Jackson to form “a really good collection”, providing the star Nazi films such as ” Nazis: Of Pure Blood “,” Oasis of The Zombies “and” Hitler’s Children “.

In the interview for the New York Post, Norman Scherer revealed that MJ did not try to hide these films, which were displayed on the shelves of its library in Neverland, along with other films and video.

Instead, Michael Jackson, who often wear military uniforms kept in style, did not feel comfortable at all when he was supposed to talk with others about his passion for Hitler.