Forrst Lawn common findings

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Offline Mish1981

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Re: Forrst Lawn common findings

  • on: December 03, 2009, 08:39:47 AM
You are correct about the dates. Also the pic is from the 1950's, if that is a marble top (as someone mentioned on another thread here) then it wouldn't be able to be moved. It would shatter wouldn't it? That's my thought. Everytime I see a photo of where he is "suppose" to be "buried" I feel nothing. I have photos of my Great-Grandmothers and Grandmothers resting place (because I haven't been in ages) and when I see those I get emotional. I would expect to feel the same thing if seeing MJ's. I have also been to Patsy Clines (old Country singer) burial site and had the same feelings I had for my relatives, so I know it's not just because they are family.
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Offline MissG

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Re: Forrst Lawn common findings

  • on: December 04, 2009, 06:30:25 PM
Quote from: "maryO"
can anyone see what is the time on latoya`s watch? if is not in real time maybe it`s a clue...


11:25 ? or 16:55 ?

Great thought btw!
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Re: Forrst Lawn common findings

  • on: December 05, 2009, 07:09:38 AM
I just found it and at first I thought it a shock.
But I think the website is not official. Now I could say that my grandmother is buried there, send a photo of them internet and I am sure they add. (Below the writing, the person who has that website gives thanks for the info)...  :roll:

He was "buried" in September (or so they say) not in July. If not, the day the funeral took, again the body of the crypt, he was released for burial and then put back?
I think not... ;)
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Offline awesome1

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Re: Forrst Lawn common findings

  • on: December 05, 2009, 08:25:47 AM
now the only way that i will say that MJ is dead, is if im shown a pic of an open casket, and since we didnt get one of those, im dead sure that this is all rubbish.

the site looks like one of those tacky hollywood things, not official in my view
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Re: Forrst Lawn common findings

  • on: December 05, 2009, 03:57:31 PM
I try proves / points out to find
the MJ there his place of rest do not have / this not MJs dig is
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