It's a jaw-dropping tour of the warehouses holding all of Michael Jackson's possessions.
60 Minutes' Lara Logan was given an exclusive tour of the five—that's right—five warehouses. There are statues and vintage pinball machines and classic cars everywhere. It might remind you of that scene from Raiders Of The Lost Ark in a warehouse full of crates.
Jackson died in 2009, but he continues making news. Just this week, 30-year-old dancing protege Wade Robson called Jackson a pedophile.
On the Today show, Robson said, "He sexually abused me seven years old until I was 14."
And in an INSIDE EDITION exclusive, Jackson's personal maid at Neverland Ranch, says she saw the singer acting inappropriately with young boys.
INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret asked, "Do you believe Michael Jackson was a child molestor?"
"Yes," she said.
Jackson's possessions will remain in the warehouses until his three children, Paris, Prince and Blanket come of age.