May 30 [14:00 EDT] -- Michael Jackson has reportedly signed a "letter of agreement" with the mayor of the Polish capital of Warsaw to build what's being called a "family entertainment theme park" outside of that town.
"The Wall Street Journal" estimates that the park could cost Jackson, whose remix album "Blood on the Dancefloor" just entered the "Billboard" album chart at 24 this week, as much as $300 million. Jackson had reportedly offered a similar deal to France and Italy, but garnered no serious interest.
So why Warsaw? The "Los Angeles Times" recently quoted Jackson as saying, "I have been around the world six times, and no other country has touched me the way Poland has... I would love to live here."