The images show a messy drugs-strewn room covered in bizarre notes and a creepy children’s doll on the late singer’s bed.
Michael Jackson had a creepy child’s doll on his deathbed say the LA cops who first entered his chaotic drugs-strewn bedroom.
The revelations come as the detectives who led the probe into his sudden death have spoken out about the shocking day his lifeless body was found.
They told how they came across rooms scattered with medication, needles, a noticeboard with pictures of children, clothes and bizarre post-it notes.
On June 25, 2009, Jackson died of acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication at his home on North Carolwood Drive in Holmby Hills, Los Angeles.
His personal doctor Conrad Murray claimed he found Jackson not breathing and with a weak pulse and administered CPR to no avail.
However, Murray was convicted of the involuntary manslaughter over Jackson’s drug death in 2011 and eventually served two years in prison.
Now in a new documentary called Killing Michael Jackson — to be aired on Quest Red at 10pm on Saturday — the three detectives who led his death probe have broken their silence.
Orlando Martinez, Dan Myers and Scott Smith have finally told of what they found inside the room where the singer spent his final painful hours.
The documentary even shows photographs from inside Jackson’s home treatment room, bedroom and of Murray’s drug-filled medical bag.
The detectives recall finding Jackson’s makeshift medical room scattered with medicines, pictures of babies, a doll and Jackson’s computer.
Detective Martinez said: “There were post-it notes or pieces of paper taped all over the room, and mirrors and doors with little slogans or phrases.
“I don’t know if they were lyrics or thoughts. Some of them seemed like poems. The bedroom was … it was a mess.”
Entering the room where Murray treated Jackson, Martinez continues to describe the eerie surroundings: “In the room where he was being treated, it did not seem like a room fit for any type of medical treatment.
“I mean, it was like a home, makeshift medical suite. It was just bare bones.”
Detective Scott Smith added: “I just remember going in there and there was an IV stand, a saline bag and just various medications strewn about.”
In the film, Martinez also describes what he found in Jackson’s treatment room.
“There was a computer on the bed, there was a lifelike doll on the bed, and there was kind of like advertisements, pictures of babies,” he says.
The detectives also describe discovering Murray’s medical bag hidden in the property, which first arose their suspicions of foul play.
Martinez added: “We found a bunch more medicines that were used, like propofol.”
He continued: “We found all the waste, all the trash. The needles, the empty bottles, the stuff that, when we went into the room, should have been laying there.
“So we knew that sometime during this medical emergency, Murray had stopped either giving CPR or had waited to give CPR and cleaned up everything.”
Myers then revealed: “Within 48 hours, it appeared that it was a suspicious death in that there was something more than just an overdose.”