Michael Jackson's pets burnt alive in park fire
Seven alligators, one crocodile die in suspected arson
Wynnewood: Michael Jackson’s seven alligators and a crocodile died in last month’s blaze at Garold Wayne Interactive Zoological Park in Wynnewood, Okla, said owner Joe Schreibvogel.
Michael Jackson. Pic/AP
In a YouTube video, he said the animals were “boiling alive in a towering inferno” in the fire on March 26. The exotic pets once belonged to the late musician and were taken from Neverland Ranch in Santa Barbara County after it closed.
Garvin County Sheriff Larry Rhodes said they suspect arson because the park. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has said the park is a “poorly run facility”.