A Maestro is stalked by the Mayor of a small town. When he is forced to leave based on his potential, he puts on a show that the entire mob has to see.

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The story tells of a small town that is very much bothered by a very strange and weird man living in a visually haunted house. One day the mayor decides to go with a couple of people from his town to the weird man who's living up the hill, and tell him to leave. When they reach the mayor starts convincing him to leave his town, but the people with the mayor started liking Michael Jackson, and he started singing to them and scaring the mayor. Until in the end the mayor gets too scared and runs away, and the people come to know that Michael isn't too bad after all. Written by Ali <alsaatij@batelco.com.bh>

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Michael Jackson's Ghosts  »

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Unlike his previous music videos, Michael sings a song other than the titular song. His opening number, is a song called "2Bad" from the "Blood on the Dance Floor" album. The actual song "Ghosts" is played while The Mayor's body is possessed. See more »

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Maestro: But did we have a good time here? Hello?
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Music composed by Bruce Swedien, Rene Moore (as Rene), and Dallas Austin
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Special Version From the Epic Release HIStory - PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE - BOOK I
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10/10, As music videos go, Ghost is spectacular and only the true King of Pop could produce such a masterpiece!
11 August 2001 | by (Hednesford, England) – See all my reviews

As a life long fan of Michael Jackson, you could argue that I am bias. But one of the reasons why Jacko's career is so amazing, is his music videos. No artist in history has created as many fantasical music videos as he. Billie Jean, Thriller, Smooth Criminal, Leave Me Alone, Black or White, Remember the Time.... This list goes on, Jacko is a quality entertainer!

The dancing is spectacular, The soundtrack is awesome, the melodies and rifts are vintage Jackson and the special fx are superb.

Sure, it could be seen as Thriller of the 90's, but who else could produce such a thing? Madonna? not a chance! anyone? not even close!

What suprises me the most is its limited release and promotion. If the music was publisised more and the short film was given its deserved air-time, then people would have to stand back and watch in ore of a true genius at work.

10/10, As music videos go, Ghost is spectacular and only the true King of Pop could produce such a masterpiece!


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