The world's largest collection of Jackson family stage costumes, props, photos and documents reportedly has been sold to an unnamed European buyer, who intends to display the memorabilia in Europe and Japan. Henry V. Vaccaro Sr., a 63-year-old New Jersey businessman, had acquired the stuff — enough to fill his 6,000-square-foot storage room — after nine years of legal tussling with the Jacksons. He says they handed over this collection after agreeing to buy his guitar company years ago, then defaulting on $1.4 million in payments. He wouldn't say what his mysterious buyer paid, but it must be a lotta moolah, since he told The Associated Press, "I don't know what I'm going to do with myself."