After the release of HBO’s “Finding Neverland,” the Indianapolis Museum has made the decision to remove items of Michael Jackson from display.
According to The Root, Jackson’s fedora and glove were purchased in 2017 and put on display in the museum. However, the decision was made this month to remove both items. Director of Collections Chris Caron said the museum tries to “put stories in front of our visitors (showing) people of high character.”
“When you learn new stories or you look at something historical in a different way, then sometimes we re-evaluate whether that’s appropriate to be (on display),” he added.