Grave Sightings
Grave Sightings
Grave Sightings: Harry Truman
Truman's presidential library was also his office, and his chosen burial site.... READ ON
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Bob Ross
If there's such a thing as a "happy little grave site," we've found it.... READ ON
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Levi Strauss, The Man Who Changed Fashion
Pay your last respects to the man who forever altered the way we dress.... READ ON
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Grave Sightings: William Randolph Hearst
Fair or not, today Hearst is mostly known as “the mythical bogeyman of American journalism.”... READ ON
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Grave Sightings: Joe DiMaggio
Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio once bought his-and-hers crypts in Los Angeles. So why is his final resting place 400 miles away from hers?... READ ON
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Wyatt Earp
No, he isn't buried in Tombstone, Arizona.... READ ON
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Grave Sightings: Meriwether Lewis Clark, Jr.
Explorer William Clark's grandson contributed quite a bit to American culture—especially if you like horse racing.... READ ON
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Grave Sightings: Kate Shelley
On July 6, 1881, 15-year-old Kate Shelley became a legend.... READ ON
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Grave Sightings: Hubert Humphrey
Before he died, Hubert Humphrey extended an act of kindness to a political rival.... READ ON
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Grave Sightings: James Dean
More than 60 years after his death, James Dean’s legend lives on—and so does the legend of his cursed Porsche.... READ ON
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Grave Sightings: Frank and Forrest Mars
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Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash
With their close bond and love story for the ages, it’s no surprise that country legends Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash are among the couples who died within months of each other.... READ ON
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Grave Sightings: Richard Gatling
Dr. Richard Gatling invented a lot of things, but he's best known for the deadly creation that bears his name.... READ ON
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Grave Sightings: Dorothy Dandridge
The real truth about Dandridge's death rests with her at Forest Lawn Memorial Park.... READ ON
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Grave Sightings: Rutherford B. Hayes
The presidential policy Hayes is best remembered for has nothing to do with government or law-making—it was his preference for a dry White House.... READ ON
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Grave Sightings: William Henry Harrison
A lengthy speech—delivered on a cold, rainy day—would prove to be his undoing.... READ ON

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