Join us on today’s episode as we travel to one of L.A.’s most famous cemeteries, The Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery located in Westwood off of Wilshire Blvd.
The cemetery was established as Sunset Cemetery in 1905 but had been used for burials since the 1880s. In 1926 the name was officially changed to Westwood Memorial Park and was later changed again to Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park & Mortuary.
Although it is the resting place of some of Hollywood’s greatest names, it also contains the graves of many uncelebrated people. Most of those famous names laid to rest within Westwood Memorial include Marilyn Monro, Jack Lemon, Natalie Wood, Hugh Hefner, Eva Gabor, Dorothy Stratten, Walter Matthau, Kirk Douglas, Dean Martin, Carolyn O’Connor, Eva Gabor, and Fanny Brice.
We are joined by our friend and paranormal investigator, former crime scene photographer, and James Dean aficionado, Patrick Langdon. You may have seen Patrick on Ghost Adventures, The Cecil Hotel Episode, and on LiveSciFi live streams. He’s traveled all across the U.S. investigating some of the most haunted locations, such as The Queen Mary, The Cecil Hotel, The Black Swan Inn, and The Sallie House. Let’s get Hollyweird with Patrick inside The Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery.