Win a copy of the Cemetery Travels Notebook

You could win a copy

What’s the grave of the most famous person in the world?

That was the question that found my Cemetery Travel blog via a Google search. It’s not a question I’ve answered yet, so I turn to the vast hivemind of the internet for the answer.

Leave your vote for the most famous person’s grave in the comments below before May 6, 2012 — and you could win a copy of the Cemetery Travels Notebook.  Illustrated with photos from this blog to inspire your own cemetery explorations, the perfect-bound notebook has plenty of room for your own notes and ruminations.

You can see a sample of the Cemetery Travels Notebook here.

So tell me: what is the most famous person’s grave in the world?

ETA: The contest is closed.  The books came today and I contact the winners shortly.

Please feel free to continue to suggest the most famous person’s grave, though.  I am loving the responses.

You can order a copy of your own here: Cemetery Travels Notebook by Loren Rhoads

About Loren Rhoads

I'm co-author of a series about a succubus and her angel. Angelus Rose, the final book, came out in February 2020. I am the editor of Tales for the Camp Fire: An Anthology Benefiting Wildfire Relief. I'm also author of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die and Wish You Were Here: Adventures in Cemetery Travel--and a space opera trilogy.
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23 Responses to Win a copy of the Cemetery Travels Notebook

  1. bast830 says:

    IMHO Jim Morrison! The book looks great thamx for the chance to win! 🙂


  2. Gina Lagaly says:

    Elvis Presley


  3. So many choices – I think it’s Tutenkhamen in the Valley of the Kings. Fingers crossed.


  4. Chuck Kearns says:

    Jesus Christ at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre (technically a cenotaph)


  5. Terry Myers says:

    Currently i’d have to say the unattainable Michael Jackson’s grave site. Although there are a couple really good ones before my answer.


  6. Leni Panopio says:

    How about the church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem? or John F. Kennedy’s at Arlington National Cemetery?


  7. Elvis Presley gets 600,000 visitors a year, so although there are some up and comers, I vote for Elvis. Stuart Schneider, author of “Ghosts In The Cemetery” and “Ghosts In The Cemetery II”.


  8. JoeG says:

    Napoleon Bonaparte


  9. Raven Myers says:

    I am thinking either Elvis Prestley, or Marilyn Manroe? Heck I cant choose Maybe Marilyns grave would be the most famous? Alot of men and women loved her and her movies!


  10. Minda says:

    Elvis Presley


  11. The first person that came to mind for me was Jim Morrison (even though I live about 15 miles away from Memphis, TN, home of EP).


  12. Betty Deithorn says:

    John F Kennedy
    Arlington National Cemetery


  13. Jim Morrison (Cimetière du Père Lachaise, Paris, Ile-de-France Region, France)


  14. Shawna says:

    I was going to say Michael Jackson, but that was already said. Maybe William Shakespeare.


  15. Gary Bentley says:

    Until they open Micheal Jackson’s crypt to the public,Marilyn Monroe,hands down.


  16. Grant’s Tomb, New York City


  17. C says:

    Church of the Holy Sepulchre


  18. More recently, Michael Jackson before him Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde or Marilyn Monroe.


  19. Francis Howell, St. Charles Mo. Was a teacher in his time and now has many schools named after him.


  20. Pattie says:

    marie laveau, new orleans


  21. ray says:

    Lenin’s Tomb.


  22. Jean-Jacques Rousseau at the Pantheon in Paris. (Or any of the ‘greats’ at the Pantheon, including Victor Hugo, Alexander Dumas, and Marie Curie.)


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