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IN OMG! ON 17 Feb, 2015
We all have at least one celebrity whom we admire the most. We feel very sad and have tough times when our beloved celebrity passes away. Some fans have a strong connection with the stars that they pay respect by visiting their graves, gifting flowers and few minutes from their daily life.
These tombs of famous celebrities are worth paying respect to and they hide some facts that you will love to know. Some of which are movable, some have weird in carved epitaphs, and some hide fascinating secrets with them.
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Hugh Hefner owns the burial vault next to Marilyn Monroe at the Westwood Memorial Park
You might be expecting John's grave-site in Los Angeles, but he was buried in Newport Beach California.
His words from Playboy interview are inscribed on his gravestone.
Bruce Lee's gravesite is one of the most visited graves in the world. The interesting fact about this is three men trekked 3,700 miles to see their favorite martial artist's grave.
Brandon Bruce Lee, son of Bruce Lee was entombed beside him after he was killed on the set of The Crow.
He was buried in Palm Springs, California with the bottle of Jack Daniels and a pack of cigarettes.
She was entombed in Althorp, Northern Hemisphere, on an amazing peaceful island.
Princess' tomb is lined with 36 birch trees, one for every year of her short life.
The grave of this famous actor and singer was moved Graceland, his mansion home after graverobbers kept trying to steal his body.
He asked to encase his body in quicklime so it would decompose faster.
Wilde's fans developed a tradition of applying lipstick and giving him a kiss. There are so many beautiful lipstick marks decorated his tomb.
He made is epitaph in his television hosting days.
Planet's most famous writer, William Shakespeare's tomb has an odd fact that,The epitaph carved into the stone slab covering his grave includes a curse against moving his bones, which was carefully avoided during restoration of the church in 2008.
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