Michael Jackson’s rented Los Angeles mansion, where he suffered a fatal heart attack, may soon be put on a tour map.
French fashion mogul Christian Audigier, a friend of the late singer, is said to be planning to buy the property and open it as a memorial.
Tourism experts speculate that the move may rival the Dakota building in New York, where The Beatle’s John Lennon was shot, reports British tabloid The Sun.
Meanwhile, more than 5,000 Jackson’ aficionados have visited the 100 North Carolwood Drive since the King of Pop’s death, says the paper.
The report further reveals that tourist buses have also started to add the address to their routes.