Viewers have been spooked by the King of Pop’s ghoul – which is said to moonwalk the corridors of the luxury pile in Los Olivos, California.
And if the £66million price tag is not enough to scare off homeseekers, the spooky spectre may be.
An estate agent source said:“Local people say Jackson’s spirit has been haunting his estate since he died.
“Investors and visitors considering buying the property are warned that workers on the ranch have claimed the King of Pop haunts the premises.”
Neighbour Marie Andrade, who regularly goes to the house, added: “Michael is there, his presence, his move and his breath.
“Many of the workers around the property have seen him, and they talk about him living there. There have been people who have looked around the house, who we have spoken to about it and they are freaked out too.”
The ranch – which Jackson bought for $19.5m in 1988 and renamed Neverland – is famous for having a train station, a funfair and a 50-seat cinema.
Jackson fled the property, now known as Sycamore Valley Ranch, after his 2005 acquittal on charges that he molested children there.
But his ghost has allegedly been spotted there several times since his sudden death in June 2009