Is Michael Jackson’s Signature A Sign Of Madness?

The Sunday Mirror analyzed ’s signature and the changes that have been seen with it in wake of his child molestation case. Zoe Nauman writes, “It would seem he is now unsure he has the adulation and support of his fans. The more a signature changes from childhood, the more childlike and unbalanced a person is in their outlook. This is very different from his signature when he was younger. The slant on the M of Michael and the cross of the J shows frustration.” The full story at has since been removed.

Michael Jackson Too Toxic For Six Flags

May 5, 2004 – Us Weekly reports that Six Flags Magic Mountain has snubbed Michael in wake of his child molestation case. Jackson, his children, and his entourage were set to make a three-hour visit before the park opened to the public. But management pulled the plug at the last minute, even denying his plea for VIP access during regular hours. “They’ve done special things for him before,” a source said, “but now, the stakes are too high.”

Jackson’s Trial Fans

May 4, 2004 – Craig Kilborn joked during his Late Late Show ‘In The News’ segment on Friday night, “Michael Jackson’s new trial started today in Santa Barbara. Thousands gathered outside the courthouse with signs – they’re not fans of his music, they’re fans of his trials. Hey, I have a question. If Michael Jackson is found guilty, what race of people will riot?”

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2 thoughts on “Is Michael Jackson’s Signature A Sign Of Madness?

  1. popmaster167 says:

    Ok, so now we can run a psychological profile on someone based on their signature?! Please,it takes a lot more then that to determine if someone is mentally I’ll or not,although to be honest I think he has been mentally I’ll for a long time now,and its way more then his signature that makes me think that.

  2. leerch says:

    the media is so OBSESSED with him that they will find anything to talk about and analyze. They need to leave him the heck alone. Damn!

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