Filmmakers continue visiting Jackson’s Ind. home
Associated Press – February 15, 2010 10:04 AM ET
GARY, Ind. (AP) – Interest continues around the world about the life of Michael Jackson, bringing film crews from overseas to his Indiana hometown nearly eight months after his death.
Production crews working on documentaries for Japanese and German television were in Gary over the weekend visiting spots from Jackson’s boyhood.
The Japanese crew filmed at the small house where Jackson grew up and at the former Mr. Lucky’s nightclub where he and his brothers first performed as the Jackson 5 in the 1960s.
Among those interviewed was Steve Manning, who was president of the Jacksons’ first fan club. Manning says he wishes Jackson could see how much he was loved.
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