Hollywood Graves: Where the stars are buried

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Hollywood Graves:  Where The Stars Are Buried

Tourists tend to be drawn to the graves of the great stars of the past. We've tracked down the final resting places of some of your favorite stars from classic Hollywood through today.

Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin, and Natalie Wood
These Hollywood royals are neighbors in the afterlife. Natalie Wood and Dean Martin were both laid to rest steps away from Marilyn Monroe's crypt in Los Angeles.

Anna Nicole Smith
Anna Nicole was laid to rest close to her 20-year-old son Daniel in the Bahamas. Her grave is marked with a beautiful six-foot-long granite monument in tribute to the starlet.

Whitney Houston
The iconic singer's final resting place in New Jersey is marked with a headstone inscribed with her greatest hit, "I Will Always Love You."

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James Gandolfini
James Gandolfini passed away suddenly in Rome, but now rests in his beloved home state of New Jersey.

Cory Monteith
The Glee star passed away at the too-young age of 31 – and like 43 percent of North Americans, he was cremated following a private viewing in Vancouver.

Paul Walker
Paul Walker's ashes were buried in Los Angeles after he was killed in a tragic car accident last November – he would have celebrated his 41st birthday in September.

Robin Williams
The world mourned after the heartbreaking loss of Robin Williams on August 11th – his ashes were scattered in the San Francisco Bay.


Many stars' families choose private burial sites or cremation as a way to maintain privacy – but there are a few places where the public is welcome to pay their respects to the fallen stars. Elvis Presley's gravesite at Graceland is considered one of the most frequented resting places with over 600,000 visitors each year.

Check out this video for more info on where the stars are buried, and gain some insight from an expert who calls herself, "The Hollywood Grave Hunter."

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