Michael Jackson's Oxygen BedFor beauty proposes and to live longer, Michael Jackson used to sleep in an oxygen tent. He later donated the bed to a Californian medical centre as a therapeutic aid for burns victims.
Michael Jackson Egyptian Sculpture
Jackson's Patented Anti-Gravity BootMichael Jackson invented and patented special boots that allowed the wearer to lean so far forward that it seems to defy gravity. He used this for the famous "lean" in the "Smooth Criminal" music video.
US Patent 5255452
Bubble the Chimp, Michael's best friend
Michael suffered a rare genetic diseaseMichael Jackson was suffering from a rare genetic disease called Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency. The condition is just one among the 8,000 or so known rare disease worldwide.
Billie Jean was the first MTV video by a black artist"Billie Jean" by Michael Jackson was the first video to air on MTV by a black artist (1983).
Michael Jackson's Video GameBack when Jackson was merely a semi-eccentric star, Sega created a video game property for him, named Michael Jackson's Moonwalker. Moonwalker was notable for being an early example of real-life celebrities appearing in video games, and for using digitized versions of some of Jacko's songs. The game is also unintentionally ironic because Jackson is tasked with rescuing helpless children from a crime boss named Mr. Big (although in hindsight, perhaps it was Mr. Big who was doing the rescuing).
World's Largest Thriller Dance-OffThe “Thrill the World” event took place in 2008 and over 4,000 people around the world put on their best white gloves and zombie make-up to celebrate Michael Jackson's thriller.
When all was said and done, 4,177 people in 72 cities and 10 nations synced up by cell phone and clomped out the Thriller dance for charity.
In this game he fights Macaulay Culkin to survive. His monkey, shoes and signature moves are revisited in this funny Nintendo Parody including a Thriller face.