August 1, 2014 @ 4:41 PM


Shortly after Michael Jackson died in June 2009 several people sent emails to me asking the same question?  "What does Michael want done with Neverland Ranch?"

Over the past several days I have seen various opinions of what fans think he might have wanted.  These range from "he wanted nothing more to do with the property so sell it and move on" to "he said he would never sell Neverland Ranch." These opinions are polarizing his fan base.  I truly hope the after death communication below is helpful in coming to terms with the recent decision to sell Neverland Ranch. 

Here is what Michael said on the topic of Neverland Ranch:

He told me not to expect the current owners to respect his wishes.  He understood that his wishes for Neverland Ranch would not be profitable and that the current owners would be driven by profits and not his philanthropy.  His wishes for Neverland Ranch were for it to be restored back to the way it was when he was there with the exception of the zoo.  He instead wanted horses and big friendly dogs so that the children could experience the unconditional love of animals.  It would be a place for children to get away from their troubles, play, and have fun.  A place that promotes emotional and physical healing.   

We can set an intention that whomever buys the property will honor these wishes. 

Blessings to you all!

Bonnie Vent -