Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery

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While vacationing in Los Angeles (Friday, January 28, 2005), I went out to Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery in Culver City to take some pics of some celebrity graves. I got pictures of the graves of Sharon Tate, Bing Crosby, Bela Lugosi, Rita Hayworth, Rosalind Russell and wanted to get pictures of several others.

As I was searching (in vain) for the grave of Mr. Jimmy Durante, I happened to look to my left and I saw, standing about 30 yards away, a young man who looked to be in his late 20’s gazing at me. It was around Noon. He was a white male, about 5′ 10′ with thick, black well kept hair. He was wearing a long sleeve, white dress shirt and black suit pants. He looked at me in such a way that I thought he was annoyed with me or just curious. I took my eyes off of him for approximately 3 seconds while I got my bearings once again and then glanced back his way to give him a smile and a wave. Much to my puzzlement, though, he was gone. I scanned the area where he had been standing and he was nowhere to be found. In the particular area in which he’d been standing there are no trees and there is absolutely no way possible that he could have gotten out of sight so quickly unless he’d had a jet engine strapped to his back. One moment he was out in the open, the next, he was gone! My puzzle
ment became astonishment as I realized it was a ghost I saw. This ghost, however, looked slightly familiar, but I just couldn’t place him. About a week later, after I had returned home, I started scoping out the Find A Grave website for celebs graves I’d missed. I clicked on one name and as I looked at the face of the actor there, I gasped! Before me was the very face of the ghost I had seen in the cemetery. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that I saw the ghost of Vince Edwards. Who was Vince Edwards? In the 1960’s he was best remembered as Dr. “Ben Casey”.

(Submitted by Scott Spencer)

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Geographic Information

Address:
5835 W. Slauson Ave.
Culver City, CA
United States

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GPS:
33.99233582214977, -118.38481516085204
County:
Los Angeles County, California
Nearest Towns:
Ladera Heights, CA (0.6 mi.)
Culver City, CA (2.1 mi.)
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Inglewood, CA (2.8 mi.)
Marina del Rey, CA (3.9 mi.)
Lennox, CA (4.2 mi.)
Century City, CA (4.8 mi.)
Westwood, CA (5.1 mi.)
Del Aire, CA (5.3 mi.)
El Segundo, CA (5.4 mi.)

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  1. Yes . By Sharon Tate’s . Grandmas caddie wouldn’t budge. Voice told me if ur going to do any thing in life u have to do it yourself. Something grabbed my arm I yanked over and put her in gear above the steering wheel . Could have broken the whole car. Went in gear .. I think the handsome man with nice hair was my father’s apparition

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