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6 Places Fans are Expected to Observe 1-Year Anniversary of Michael Jackson's Death

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Tomorrow marks the first anniversary of the death of Michael Jackson, and fans are expected to flock to locations associated with the late music icon.

Says Jackson family matriarch Katherine: "I hope people continue to remember Michael and keep celebrating his legacy. I hope that things get better for me in time. His death has already brought the family closer together. I want us to be more close," reports MSNBC.

However, at least two of the major locations where fans may choose to mourn or celebrate--the Jackson family home in Encino and Forest Lawn in Glendale where Jackson is buried--have already established firm parameters limiting access and outlining codes of conduct for tomorrow, according to LA Now. Here's a look at what you can expect to find at several places associated with the Jackson legacy.