Michael Jackson’s infamous Neverland Ranch took its name from a place in a children’s book written by whom?
L. Frank Baum
Neverland Ranch was the sprawling estate of the legendary pop icon Michael Jackson. Acquiring the property in 1988, Jackson transformed it into a personal utopia that encapsulated his whimsical and imaginative spirit. Drawing inspiration from the enchanting world of Peter Pan, a tale penned by the Scottish author J. M. Barrie, Jackson named his estate “Neverland,” the magical island where Peter Pan never grows up. The ranch was more than just a residence; it was also a private amusement park complete with fairground rides, a zoo, and a theater.
The correct answer is J.M. Barrie.