La Toya Jackson: I hear Michael Jackson's ghost tap dancing at our childhood home
La Toya Jackson thinks her brother's presence haunts their family home
Michael Jackson's spirit apparently lives on
La Toya Jackson spends time with her niece Paris Jackson
Michael Jackson died in June 2009
It's nearly four years since his death from an overdose but Michael Jackson's spirit apparently lives on.
‘It's the strangest thing because you feel something like thick around you or behind you and you're wondering - you don't see anything, but you feel a presence,' says La Toya, 56.
‘It's very interesting because it is there, it's definitely there.'
La Toya claims a security guard at the property also picked up on the ghostly goings-on, with the sound of tap dancing apparently being heard in the singer's old room.
‘When [the security guard] told me I said, "You're kidding!' Michael's big sis tells Good Day New York.
‘That made me want to know even more about hearing someone tap dance over a certain part of the house... well, Michael used to do that every Sunday for two hours.
‘We go up there and no one's up there - just tap dancing. And the dog barks at his room, the window, every single night at the same time.
‘The dog doesn't even know that that's Michael's room, and the security didn't know. It's weird!'