Friday, August 17, 2007

Graves of the rich and famous

For my MSNBC.com Weblog, Test Pattern, I wrote about when Sue and I visited the Westwood Village Memorial cemetery in LA -- where Marilyn Monroe, Truman Capote, Carroll O'Connor, Natalie Wood, and many other famous people are buried. It was a really nice, calming experience, and there are pictures.

Don't miss the classic reader comment where a reader calls me a "sicko" and a "gravedigger." Sweet. (I kinda suspect that comment was a fake, anyway.)

1 comment:

Beth said...

When I was at UCLA one of my roommates and I used to visit that cemetary as sort of a drunken tradition. It was much less fancy and impressive than I expected.