Michael Jackson Wanted To Have Little Michaels After His Death. Al Bowman, Jackson’s chauffeur, says that he went to a conference that was held by the Raelian movement.
Michael Jackson was the man who used his money to its tee. This time around it wasn’t different. The king of pop wanted to have clones of his younger self created when he passed away. He reportedly said that he wanted to be cryopreserved when he passed away.
For those who don’t know what cryopreservation is, I’ll give you a little explanation of it. Cryopreservation is the procedure of keeping a body fresh with liquid nitrogen. A person can only be cryopreserved when they are dead. A whole procedure goes by making sure that the person is below zero, and then scientists drain the blood and put anti-freeze fluid. They want to make sure that the person doesn’t get brain damage. The person will be woken up when scientists find the ways to warm up the person and doctors find cures that might help an ill person.
Al Bowman, Jackson’s chauffeur, says that he went to a conference that was held by the Raelian movement. Michael also invited his own doctors to come with him to the conference that lasted for three days. The artist wanted to talk to the Raelian movement about him being cloned so that he can have more Michael Jacksons in the world after his passing away.
According to Sun Online, Al Bowman said, “He bounced out of that conference – I heard him telling everyone in the back of the limo how he wanted to be cloned and frozen after his death.” Bowman said that Michael Jackson did not worry about the worth of the process because he wanted to live on. The singers driver remembered when the star was with doctors and scientists, he also said that Michael might be in a cryogenic institution.
by Alexandra Ramaite