Fans of the late-great Michael Jackson said they couldn’t resist the opportunity to visit the singer’s childhood home in Gary, Indiana.
“We were exploring the area and decided to come here,” Rotoloni said.
The local friends, including Joe Dallmann, who now lives in California, were fans as youngsters of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” album released in the mid-1980s.
“The ‘Thriller’ album did it. … I had the silver gloves and the life-size poster of Michael. I had everything,” said Jennifer Holt, of DeMotte.
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