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ANI
May 12, 2013
Deepak Chopra, an American physician of Indian origin and a friend of Michael Jackson, has claimed that the singer was trying to get in touch with afterlife when he took the anaesthetic that killed him.

Chopra said that Jackson used Propofol to visit and return from "the valley of death", the Sun reported. He also asserted that the star talked about his drug abuse "very casually". The allegations came after experts in LA discussed how Jacko's medication levels were consistent with someone having major surgery. They said it was "very problematic" to find the hypnotic agent outside a hospital.