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The Mystery of Life, I always loved this statue @ Forest Lawn Glendale when I was a kid.  It was about LIFE, not death.

The Mystery of Life, I always loved this statue @ Forest Lawn Glendale when I was a kid. It was about LIFE, not death.

THE GREAT MAUSOLEUM AT FOREST LAWN GLENDALE (final resting place of Clark Gable, Carole Lombard, Jean Harlow, Red Skelton, and many other Hollywood stars.) in Glendale, California

THE GREAT MAUSOLEUM AT FOREST LAWN GLENDALE (final resting place of Clark Gable, Carole Lombard, Jean Harlow, Red Skelton, and many other Hollywood stars.) in Glendale, California

President James Monroe's body was brought down from New York to a place of honor in the center of Presidents Circle. Mid-Atlantic Day Trips: June 2014 Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, VA.

President James Monroe's body was brought down from New York to a place of honor in the center of Presidents Circle. Mid-Atlantic Day Trips: June 2014 Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, VA.

This little castle homage is in the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale,  CA. There are hundreds of babies buried on this hill. It is very green, rolling hills...Lovely really.

This little castle homage is in the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, CA. There are hundreds of babies buried on this hill. It is very green, rolling hills...Lovely really.

Guarding Her Grave  This is the famous cast iron dog in Hollywood Cemetery-Richmond, Virginia. Little Florence Bree's brother begged his father for this dog, which used to stand outside a merchant's shop in Richmond. The father eventually bought the dog for him and when his little sister Florence died of scarlet fever the dog was placed at her grave. The dog not only watches over Florence but also was put there to save it from being melted down for confederate bullets during the Civil War…

Guarding Her Grave This is the famous cast iron dog in Hollywood Cemetery-Richmond, Virginia. Little Florence Bree's brother begged his father for this dog, which used to stand outside a merchant's shop in Richmond. The father eventually bought the dog for him and when his little sister Florence died of scarlet fever the dog was placed at her grave. The dog not only watches over Florence but also was put there to save it from being melted down for confederate bullets during the Civil War…

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