Jackson frozen in fear2005-07-15 09:00:01
According to author Michael Luckman, the eccentric singer, who last month was acquitted of child abuse, had discussed having his remains cryogenically preserved so he could be brought back to life in the future.
He revealed to America's New York Daily News newspaper: "Michael has gone to extreme lengths to achieve immortality."
The author - who met the troubled star last year - also alleges Jackson has been quaffing a Romanian-developed drug, called GH3, which claims to make you live longer, and invested millions in DNA research.
Luckman also claims in his book 'Alien Rock: The Rock 'n' Roll Extraterrestrial Connection' that Jackson has deposited sperm samples in banks around the world.
The star's lawyer has refused to comment on the allegations.
Meanwhile, Jackson is reportedly not planning to leave America and will continue living at his Neverland Ranch.
Despite reports that Jackson had sold his famous mansion, his father claims since being cleared of child molestation he has decided to stay put.
Joe Jackson revealed: "He did have difficult moments during the trial and talked that way. But I don't think he is leaving Neverland anytime soon."