Hey everyone. It's Alanna from Sixthreezero. I'm here with Nate and today in the spirit of Halloween, we're taking you on a bike ride to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. There are some celebrity gravesites that we're going to check out. So come along for the ride.
So the Hollywood Forever Cemetery is about a mile and a half from where Nate and I live. And usually, in the summer, they have a lot of events like concerts, movie screenings, yoga on the lawn, but this year all of that was canceled because of COVID. But if you're in LA and you are looking for something to do, it's a great way to spend your afternoon. It's bike-friendly. We called and ask. So you can bike there, check it out. There are a lot of celebrities buried at the cemetery, so we're going to check out their gravesites. Nate and I have been there a few times for movie screenings. And even though it's a cemetery, it's not that creepy. It's actually pretty serene. Yeah. So let's go check it out.
Our first stop is Mel Blanc's gravesite. You probably know him as the voice of Bugs Bunny. This is Fairbanks Lawn. In the summer, they host movie screenings here and you can bring food and drinks. And there's usually a DJ. It's pretty fun. And it looks like we came across a film set. Here's the grave of the actress who played Vampira. Admirers like to leave plastic things on her grave sometimes. Another popular stop is Jane Mansfield's memorial. She's not buried here. She's actually in Pennsylvania.
This is the garden of legends and this is where some of the most popular stars are buried, such as Mickey Rooney, Johnny Ramone, from the Ramones, Chris Cornell from Soundgarden, Anton Yelchin from the newer Star Trek films, and a lot of other movies, and Toto from The Wizard of Oz.
Thanks for riding along with us. We hope you enjoyed that. If you have a chance to visit the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, let us know, tell us what you think. And if you've been there before and we've missed something, also let us know because it's so close to us and we'll definitely be going back. I didn't realize how close it was. But yeah, thanks for following along. Like and subscribe to see more of our videos and remember it's your journey, your experience. Enjoy the ride.