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Interesting Graves

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Interesting Graves

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Grave Marker for Fess Parker. He is buried with his parents at Santa Barbara Cemetery in Santa Barbara, California.

Grave Marker- John Belushi (Family Grave Marker) This is the actual location of Belushi's burial.

Grave Marker- Lassie

Petey, the Little Rascals dog, grave in Silver Spring Pet Memorial Cemetery.

Grave of a Petey, Little Rascals Dog, Silver Spring, Maryland

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~I would like to know more about this monument....it's one of my favorites.

grave stone

BMW grave stone

Cemetery Explorers: Granite BMW Car Monument.

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cemetery, grand piano

Very tragic case: "Children of John & Jacobinn Dotterweich, who were all drowned at the same time, in the presence of their agonized parents, who were unable to save them, by braking the ice."

Weird but True: Strange and Unusual Tombstones

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Florence Nightingale's Grave, Wellow, Hampshire

Grave Marker- John Cameron Swayze, news anchor (NBC). He is interred at the Round Hill Community Cemetery, in Greenwich, Connecticut. (More go to: www.thefuneralsou...)

Barbara Pepper - Actress. She is probably best remembered for her role as "Doris Ziffel," the "mother" of "Arnold the Pig" on the television sitcom "Green Acres" from 1965 to 1968.

Ann B. Davis - American Actress. Ann Davis achieved prominence for her role in The Bob Cummings Show for which she twice won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, but she is best known for playing the part of Alice Nelson, the housekeeper in The Brady Bunch series.

William A. Breyer - Businessman. He founded the ice cream manufacturing company "Breyer's Ice Cream". He mixed "pure ingredients" and fresh fruit to make an ice cream that made Philadelphia famous. The family began wholesale production, and eventually opened retail ice cream shops. The Frankford ice cream merchant died of small pox.

Amy Jade Winehouse - English singer-songwriter known for her deep contralto vocals and her eclectic mix of musical genres, including soul, rhythm and blues, jazz and reggae. Winehouse's 2003 debut album, Frank, was a critical success in the UK and was nominated for the Mercury Prize. Her 2006 follow-up album, Back to Black, led to five 2008 Grammy Awards.

Marvin "Popcorn" Sutton - Folk Figure, Appalachian Moonshiner. His career in bootlegging—and getting caught for it—extended back to the 1970s. In 1999, Sutton published Me and My Likker, an autobiography and guide to moonshine production.

THIS humble grave is the final resting place of hellraiser DENNIS HOPPER. The Hollywood star wanted to be buried in the Native American-style burial mound — little more than a pile of rocks. Its only marker is a plastic wallet stuck in the ground with his name on. Jesus Nazareno Cemetery in Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico.

Hopper’s simple grave

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A grave statue with attitude! LOL

Maybe Viola Davis Will Win an Oscar When She Plays Barbara Jordan

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Howard Hughes (1905 - 1976) Eccentric billionaire, Hollywood mogul at one time, father of the Spruce Goose airplane

Howard Robard Hughes (1905 - 1976) - Find A Grave Photos

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James Thomas "Cool Papa" Bell - Hall of Fame Baseball Player. Nicknamed "Cool Papa" for his composure and grace under pressure, he played and coached professional baseball for 29 years.

Sugar Ray Robinson (1920 - 1989) One of the greatest boxers of all times. For many he was the best fighter in the history of boxing. Welterweight and 5-time Middleweight Champion of the World.

Sugar Ray Robinson (1920 - 1989) - Find A Grave Photos

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gone never forgotten...Porter Wagoner gravesite (Country Singer)

porter waggoner gravesite

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Jay Hanna "Dizzy" Dean - Hall of Fame Major League Baseball Player, Broadcaster. He was one of the most colorful personalities ever associated with the sport of baseball. For twelve seasons (1930, 1932 to 1941, 1947), he was a pitcher with the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Browns.