WINSLOW TOWNSHIP, N.J. - Michael Jackson, The King of Pop, would be sixty-three this year if not for his death in 2012.
One Camden County couple is keeping his legacy alive. FOX 29 Photojournalist Bill Rohrer explains.It is not a Michael Jackson shrine, but more like a museum inside Ryan and Vernay’s Winslow Township home. "I never thought it would go to this level," Ryan said.
From floor to ceiling, every inch of space gone. It’s filled will their favorite Jackson collectables."We still have stuff under here, stuff in the attic," Vernay said.During the pandemic, they managed to turn their garage into a gallery of sorts.