Karen Langford, the estate’s archivist and a friend to Jackson who first worked with him in 1981, will take viewers on a tour of a warehouse filled with King of Pop memorabilia, including the Neverland Ranch sign, some of his onstage costumes and GRAMMY statues.
Fans also get a peek at a few private keepsakes of the singer, like a wooden rocking horse given to Jackson by one of his closest friends, Elizabeth Taylor, engraved with the inscription, “To MJ, Love ET.”
The warehouse is also home to the sequined glove Jackson wore on the Billie Jean Tour. Worth an estimated $80,000, the glove is kept in a safe inside the warehouse.
Items inside the warehouse will be stored until Jackson’s children turn 18, which is reportedly when they inherit the estate, and decide what they want to do with them. There is currently no record of how much the items in the warehouse are worth.