Welcome to Hollywood Graveyard, where we set out to remember and celebrate the lives of those who lived to entertain us, by visiting their final resting places. Today we’re heading south to San Diego, where we’ll find such stars as Patti Page, Karen Black, Bobby Driscoll, and many more.

Full list of stars visited today:
Paul Tanner, Junior Seau, Susan Morrow, John & Pearl Early, Dick Simmons, Merritt Bohn, Bobby Driscoll, Karen Black, Lloyd Haynes, Jonas Salk, Dorothy Kelly, Milburn Stone, Billy Daniels, Violet La Plante, Patti Page, Ray Kroc, Sheila Darcy, Preston Foster.

Thanks to our Patreon supporters, who help make these videos possible: Janet Elliot, Shawndelle Young, Trish McFerran, Victoria Waldock, Charles Whelan, Marcos M, Scott DeVane, Danielle Tripodi, Deb Blissick, Eve Devinsky, Jennifer Hall, Shannon Mead, Kim Friberg, Mary Dolan, Mario Tavena, Ron, Fred Rodriguez, Karen Mikulka, Ashley Goddard, Charlie Clother, Lisa Williams, Jane Cuthbertson, MariaElena Gonzalez, David Silver, Lady Diana, Eric Farque, Jett, David Wlodarczyk, Jamie Hughes, Mark Savino, James Kirk, Nicolas Co, Marc Smiley, Ginger Fitts, Christopher Langley, Michael Holt, Nancy Finn, Russell Floyd Dymond, Blake Changnon, Denise Saterfield, Doug Chatman, Michael Stanley Klimczak, Kaz Yates, Jen Girouard, James Delk, Jessy Schaffer, Ray Everett, Anka Terry, Bree B., Lynn Eades, Michael Bawden, Jim, Roger Beard, Warren Butler, Sue Jordan, Sally Dupuis, Ben Cormier, Kimberly Klaus, NWOZ007, Rob Torrey, Henry Vinson, Matthew Henriksen, Scott Spencer, Glenn Weyhausen, and Jason Young.

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Map of this tour:
https://www.google.com/maps/d/drive?state=%7B%22ids%22%3A%5B%221lULqboKcGUux-82hXZn0NmFWJMeSlui6%22%5D%2C%22action%22%3A%22open%22%2C%22userId%22%3A%22117718534564080439258%22%7D&usp=sharing

Arthur’s Book – ZOMBIE JUNIOR:

Written & Produced by Arthur Dark
Music by Giuseppe Vasapolli
Additional music via the YouTube Library

Disclaimer: Tour videos are independently produced, and are not endorsed by the respective cemetery. When visiting a cemetery, do so only during regular visiting hours, take only pictures, and leave only approved grave offerings. Be courteous and respectful of both the living and the dead. In deference to families of those profiled herein, any requests to remove profiles by family members of the individual will be honored.

Profile images courtesy of: Wikimedia Commons, public domain searches, and fair use promotional material. Polio images by Yousuf Karsh, and Boston Children’s Hospital Archive.

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Famous Grave Tour videos copyright Hollywood Graveyard.
Original music copyright Giuseppe Vasapolli.

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42 thoughts on “FAMOUS GRAVE TOUR – San Diego #1 (Patti Page, Karen Black, etc.)

  1. I just got off of a grave after three months, and it is great to see a video from you all!

  2. Glad you are back Arthur . Nice to see the final resting places of people I was aware of growing up in the 50 ‘s and 60 ‘s . Thank you .

  3. You're amazing at making these videos and I absolutely enjoy every single one of these videos that I've rewatched every single one of them over and over again, so thank you for making accurate information about these famous people, you should be a historian because it would really fit your personality, I just thought I would say that, and that rendition of taps was beautifully done, I was my Boy Scout troop bugler so I can still play it flawlessly so thank you very much Mr.Dark!! 🙂

  4. Thank you for covering briefly the Memorial Day 'Taps' at the El Camino Memorial Park.
    My 94 year old mother and I did not attend due to Covid-19 concerns.

  5. Millburn Stone also did a driver's safety film, which you can find on YouTube today.
    His concern about people driving 'distracted' foreshadowed the accidents that occur due to cell phone use while driving.

  6. Very sad to hear Bobby Driscoll's story.
    May the Lord receive him into Heaven, to find comfort and healing in the arms of God.
    RIP.

  7. Death sucks , sad how all these great people are gone , gone forever I think cause I don’t believe in heaven and all the bullshit in the bible , can’t say I’m a hundred percent sure but I think it’s a brilliant but well fabricated LIE !

  8. Take that bill Gates mandatory forced vaccine and they will be planting you in that ground.

  9. I actually thought the "Bells, bells, bells…" thing was a Hunchback of Notre Dame reference for some reason when he said it. Great video as always.

  10. EXCELLENT VLOG ! You need you're own TV show ! Please…keep up the GREAT WORK !

  11. Jonas Salk; it would be great if scientists, painters etc etc would also be included, equally interesting.

  12. Another great episode! Thank you. The Bobby Driscol story is tragic, one doesnt realize what happened to these people when you watch these old movies, they seem forever young…

  13. Obrigada por mais um vídeo…alegrou meu coração neste momento tão difícil….amor pra todos

  14. Hopefully TV producers can recognize this beautiful work you put together.

  15. Excellent!! Thanks, so much, for part one. Can't wait for part 2. 🙂

  16. Great job Mr. Black but be careful driving in a cemetery. Thank would be a terrible shame to lose you to and auto accident in a cemetery ! Ha !

  17. Other than Bobby Driscoll and Patti Page, I don't think I ever heard of any of the others.

  18. I can remember standing in line in grade school to receive the Jonas Salk vaccine . As I recall it was pink in color in a small paper cup. I didn't realize that I was a recipient of a miracle vaccine that possible saved my life. Thanks Dr. Salk.

  19. Hello Mr Dark. I was so happy when I got notification on my phone at the beginning of work. Couldn't wait to get home to watch. Great video and I'm glad your back.

  20. It was wonderful to see this installment, Arthur. It's a heartfelt reminder to visit my Father on Father's Day this year. Thank you for the joy that you bring to all of us, especially during these trying times. I hope that you are staying safe and healthy in Los Angeles. All the best.

  21. Some how I missed your notice. Now I get to enjoy another Hollywood Graveyard special.
    Thank you Mr. Dark!
    Sgt. Preston of the Yukon and his Malamute King!
    Thank you for the beautiful ending from Memorial Day.

  22. I really look forward to each new episode you make Arthur. Can't wait until the next one.

  23. Loved it!!! I believe I could never get tiered of hearing you talk. Your voice is like soft music. My favorite person on this one would be Patti Paige. She was at a horse show in Rancho Santa fe when I was showing Saddle bred and a Tennessee walker. I was 10 years old. Anyway I don't realy remember meeting her, but she came over to the ring side and told my trainer that she realy liked the Tennessee walker that I was riding. And asked if he was for sale. A friend of hers ended up buying him. I remember my mother acting all star struck. And she supposedly flirted alot with my step dad. my mother wasn't even mad about it! She was to busy being star struck.😄

  24. I look forward to watching these videos. Arthur. Sir, you do a fantastic job! I love the music and the respect you show for others.

  25. I love the fact that you also cover so many people who we might otherwise not know about.

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