Michael Jackson fans showed up to remember the King of Pop five years after his death Wednesday. At Neverland Ranch fans were seen leaving flowers, writing messages and taking pictures outside the iconic gates.
One of Jackson's former employees was also paying her respects. Tracy Coppin reminiscences on the days she gave tours around the estate and catered to Jackson's guests as his executive assistant.
Jackson was 50 years old when he died at his home June 25, 2009 of an overdose of the anesthetic Propofol. The drug was administered by Dr. Conrad Murray just before the singer was about to launch a series of comeback concerts.
In Los Angeles thousands of red roses, purchased by Jackson fans through an online campaign, were piled up on the memorial site where Jackson was laid to rest.