Hollywood Forever Cemetery was a nice place to visit though you don’t want to live there. (lol) Bad joke.
I always enjoyed going there, except for my best friends funeral, but it couldn’t have been a nicer or more beautiful and appropriate setting. He loved film, the Business and Hollywood, like me, we shared that. We shared that, our wacky out there ideas regarding existence, and vampires. Anyway this post isn’t about that relationship, that is for another time. Had I gotten to work here, like I wanted to do, I might still be in Los Angeles but…it was not meant to be.
This is one of the mausoleums. I don’t know why but I think they are beautiful. I am a energy sensitive person and I never felt creeped out her but peaceful.
Douglas Fairbanks Memorial
The Johnny Ramone Memorial Statue
Hollywood Forever has lots of fun and interesting events. In the summer they show films. In the movie Valentines Day they Shirley MacLain and Hector Elizondo attended a screening.
They have a celebration on the Latino holiday Día de los Muertos, Day of the Dead.
Photo by Christopher Victorio
If you live in the Greater Los Angeles Area you most likely know about it. If you are visiting go.
Here are some links:
We Miss you Michael!
I used to have a very strange eerie astral connection with MJ. I would dream things with him that would happen years later in his life. I saw him at the grocery store late one night in Sherman Oaks. I attended a Micheal jackson concert as a date of one of his back up singers. The connection was broken. I recall the day he died, I was working in Brentwood Ca. we could see the helicopters over the hospital. All the cars in Los Angeles were playing his music.
I think Micheal was very special. Much love.
On a personal note, my uncle died today.
We will miss you too Uncle Jerry.