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Burial Sites of Famous Celebrities

1. Michael Jackson

The King of Pop is entombed inside a mausoleum at the Forest Lawn cemetery in Hollywood. And while it is visible to everyone, it is off limits to fans.

2. Elvis Presley – Graceland, Memphis

Over 40 years since Elvis passed away, people still flock to his grave to see The King. It is said that more than 600,000 people visit Elvis annually, proof of which are the letters, flowers, teddy bears and other mementos they leave in his resting place.

3. Princess Diana – Althorp, Northamptonshire

Princess Diana died in a car crash in 1997. She is now resting in peace in a family estate in Althorp, a small island with a lake. The mausoleum is off limits to the public, but her fans can visit her memorial site nearby.

4. David Bowie – Bali, Indonesia

The ashes of David Bowie, a musician who inspired millions during his time, was buried in Bali, in line with Buddhist rituals. Only his wife and children know exactly where he now lies.

5. George Michael – Highgate Cemetery, London

George Michael is buried next to his mother, Leslie, in a prestigious cemetery close to his home. His grave is off-limits to visitors, a brick wall and thick trees surrounded it to prevent intruders.

6. Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra died in 1998 and was buried in the Desert Memorial park, the lyrics “The Best is Yet to Come” were inscribed on his gravestone. Thousands of fans visit his grave to pay their respects.

7. Bob Marley

The reggae superstar, Bob Marley, is laid at this childhood home, which was converted into a crypt. The place is in Jamaica.

8. Bruce Lee

Bruce Lee has a  monument at Lakeview Cemetery in Seattle, where his fans from all over the world come to visit him. Before his death, Bruce Lee broke down the barriers of Hollywood for all Asian-Americans to come and to represent Chinese nationalism. He was considered as one of the greatest Martial Artists to have ever lived.

9. Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe, the iconic sex-symbol of the 60’s, was entombed in a crypt at the Westwood Memorial Park in L.A. It has been one of the most visited burial sites eversince.

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