Jackson at home in Scotland

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Michael Jackson has spent two days in Scotland looking for a castle to buy and make his home. The pop singer was reported to be particularly interested in Invertrossachs House, 10 miles from Callander, said to be for sale at pounds 500,000 . Another contender is thought to be pounds 550,000 Glenmayne House sitting in 14 acres near Galashiels in the Borders.

Insiders with the entourage said Jackson wants to raise the child he and his wife, Debbie Rowe, are expecting in the clear Scottish air.

Jackson visited Stirling Castle, which is not for sale, and stopped off at the town's McDonald's to buy "value meals" for him and his staff, though he stayed at a four-star hotel on Loch Lomond

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