Among this cemetery’s most famous permanent residents: Michael Jackson, Walt Disney, Lon Chaney, Humphrey Bogart, Mary Pickford, and Errol Flynn. […]
Elizabeth Short, aka The Black Dahlia, lived here for a couple months with friend Anne Toth around August 1946.
Elizabeth Short, aka the Black Dahlia, shared this apartment with eight girls for $1 a night from Nov. 13 – Dec. 5, 1946.
The Jackson’s Walk of Fame star was installaed at a ceremony on September 3, 1980.
Michael Jackson recorded his “Thriller” album here in Studio A throughout most of 1982.
Michael Jackson was brought here and pronounced dead soon therafter after he was found unresponsive in his nearby home.
Michael Jackson rehearsed here for his planned “This Is It” tour the day before his death, and then served as the location for his sold out public memorial service.