Jackson Family Home – 4641 Hayvenhurst Ave., Encino

Sister LaToya has said that she has felt Michael’s presence, and that security guards have reported the sound of tap […] Read more

Green Apple Market – 300 East 5th Street, Los Angeles

Not only was the pool hall scene in Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” shot here, the Doors used it for photos […] Read more

Forest Lawn Memorial Park – Glendale

Among this cemetery’s most famous permanent residents: Michael Jackson, Walt Disney, Lon Chaney, Humphrey Bogart, Mary Pickford, and Errol Flynn. […] Read more

Michael Jackson’s final residence – 100 N. Carolwood Dr., Bel Air, CA

Michael Jackson’s doctor called for an ambulance after finding him unresponsive here on June 25th, 2009. He was pronounced dead shortly after at the nearby UCLA Medical Center. Read more

The Thriller House – 1345 Carroll Ave, Los Angeles, CA

The creepy old house Ola Ray takes refuge from zombie Michael Jackson inside at the end of the music video for “Thriller.” Read more

The Palace Theatre – 615 S. Broadway, Los Angeles

The theatre Michael Jackson and date Ola Ray are watching “Thriller” in the music video of the same name. Read more

Staples Center – 1111 S. Figueroa Drive, Los Angeles, CA

Michael Jackson rehearsed here for his planned “This Is It” tour the day before his death, and then served as the location for his sold out public memorial service. Read more

Westlake Recording Studios – 8447 Beverly Blvd., West Hollywood, CA

Michael Jackson recorded his “Thriller” album here in Studio A throughout most of 1982. Read more

The Jackson’s star on the Walk of Fame – 1500 N. Vine St., Hollywood, CA

The Jackson’s Walk of Fame star was installaed at a ceremony on September 3, 1980. Read more

Michael Jackson’s star on the Walk of Fame – 6927 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA

Michael Jackson of “Thriller” and “Bad” fame received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on November 20, 1984. […] Read more