Pop legend Michael Jackson's hair, which he burnt while shooting for a Pepsi commercial in 1984, could be transformed into diamonds.
Jewellery company LifeGem claims that it can convert the strands of hair into pieces of gem.
"Absolutely this is for real," News.com.au quoted Dean of the company Vanden Biesen as saying.
Biesen's establishment has a patent on a process that extracts carbon from hair, turns it into crystals and then into high-quality laboratory diamonds. In fact he estimates that they can make close to 10 diamonds out of the late singers burnt hair.
Meanwhile, a report in Rolling Stone magazine says that the prosthetic nose Jackson wore apparently went missing when he was taken to a LA morgue.
Michael died of apparent cardiac arrest on July 25 at his LA home.