Source AP ©

Michael Jackson looks for vacation home on Maryland's shore

The self-proclaimed King of Pop visited the rural peninsula last week "for about 24 hours," but has not made a purchase, Raymone Bain told The Washington Post.

Jackson, 48, is not limiting his search to the Chesapeake region. He has since "gone up the coast" to look elsewhere for a vacation place, Bain said.

"He's always admired the properties on the East Coast because they have a lot of land," Bain said in the story published Wednesday. "Neverland has 3,000 acres - he likes privacy. You can't find as many properties like that on the West Coast."

Jackson came east with his children about 10 days ago for meetings because "the majority of his advisers and attorneys are on the East Coast," Bain said.

She would not elaborate on the purpose of the meetings, but said that Jackson was dealing with "a laundry list" of issues. "He's head of a vast corporation," Bain said.

Comments
Russia rips its economy apart with help from the West
Russia unveils nuclear-powered interstellar spaceship
Russia rips its economy apart with help from the West
NATO to build prestrike staging base in Georgia
MP suggests replacing Lenin's mummy with rubber figure
Russia rips its economy apart with help from the West
Russia rips its economy apart with help from the West
Pentagon's goal in the Middle East is to trigger major war between Israel and Iran
Pentagon's goal in the Middle East is to trigger major war between Israel and Iran
Russia close to recognising Donetsk and Luhansk republics after Donbass elections
Russia close to recognising Donetsk and Luhansk republics after Donbass elections
Russia close to recognising Donetsk and Luhansk republics after Donbass elections
Russia close to recognising Donetsk and Luhansk republics after Donbass elections
Mikhail Gorbachev shares his thoughts on nuclear war
Mikhail Gorbachev shares his thoughts on nuclear war
Russia rips its economy apart with help from the West
Russia close to recognising Donetsk and Luhansk republics after Donbass elections
Russia rips its economy apart with help from the West
Russia rips its economy apart with help from the West
Norwegians complain of demoralised NATO soldiers
Russia close to recognising Donetsk and Luhansk republics after Donbass elections