Was seriously wondering why anybody would want to purchase Michael Jackson's scribbled letter, Whitney Houston's expired passport (which was valid from 1979 to 1984), Amy winehouse's gown, I can still fathom. But Dailymail reports that money talks in Hollywood and then again people would do anything to keep the memories of their deceased heroes alive in their hearts.

The late King of Pop's letter to ex-wife Marie Presley reads, "I truly

need this rest. I haven't slept literally in four days now.

"I need to be away from phones and business people. I must take care of my health first.'

He also told his the lover that he was 'crazy' for her, and signed off under his pet name Turd. This letter is expected to fetch up to $1,200 at

Celebrity Auctioneer Darren Julien's Auctions sale in Beverly Hills next

month.

The late queen of pop, Whitney Houston's passport bearing her photograph, stamps from Japan, Jamaica, St. Maarten, the Dominican Republic, Curacao and Jamaica should also rake in lots of money, at least $6,000.

Lastly the late Amy Winehouse's robe which she wore in the video of her hit

Rehab has been listed for $16,000.

Source: DailyMail