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Real reason why Michael Jackson was buried inside gold coffin in a concrete block

Michael Jackson’s family went to great lengths to protect him after his death, to the point of encasing him in concrete.

Michael Jackson’s family were so concerned about his body after his death that they decided to have his coffin entombed in concrete.

It is ten years since the death of Jackson, who was at the time labelled the ‘King of Pop’. 

His reputation has been tarnished somewhat by allegations of child abuse, many of which were included in the Leaving Neverland documentary.

After his death, there was an outpouring of grief and Jackson’s family went to great lengths to ensure his body was preserved.

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