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This monument at Rosehill Cemetery in Chicago is a US Postal Service train entering its final tunnel. Cemetery Monuments, Cemetery Statues, Cemetery Headstones, Old Cemeteries, Cemetery Art, Graveyards, Recoleta Cemetery, Unusual Headstones, Cemetery Angels

Caitlin Doughty on Twitter

“This monument at Rosehill Cemetery in Chicago is a US Postal Service train entering his final tunnel.”

 Norton reveals his admiration for John Lennon and gives a gentlemanly twist to his most iconic song. Newspaper Front Pages, Vintage Newspaper, Newspaper Article, History Facts, World History, Les Beatles, Newspaper Headlines, Drame, Interesting History

Story of the Liverpool ECHO: Famous front pages from our history

TO MARK the Liverpool ECHO's Freedom of the City award, here is a look back at historic front pages from the paper's past.

Brotherhood of Evil. Sentence today on the Krays after "guilty" verdict. Newspaper Front Pages, Vintage Newspaper, Newspaper Article, Mafia, Prince Today, The Krays, Don Corleone, Front Page News, Newspaper Headlines

How an arts-loving schoolgirl so beautiful she was mistaken for Brigitte Bardot ended her life as the tragic first Mrs Reggie Kray

Growing up in the fifties in London's east End, neither Frances Shea nor her family could have imagined her life would be tragically destroyed because she caught Reggie Kray's eye when she was just 16.

Former Grave of Karen Carpenter at Forest-Lawn Cypress Cemetery, Cypress, California Cemetery Monuments, Cemetery Statues, Cemetery Headstones, Old Cemeteries, Cemetery Art, Graveyards, Karen Carpenter, Richard Carpenter, Chicano

Karen Carpenter's tomb (photo 2)

A larger photo of Karen Carpenter's tomb at Forest Lawn Cypress, in California.

View and license Janis Joplin 1970 pictures & news photos from Getty Images. Janis Joplin, Newspaper Front Pages, Old Newspaper, Newspaper Article, Acid Rock, Rock Roll, Jimi Hendricks, Front Page News, New York Pictures

The life and career of Janis Joplin

On Oct. 4, 1970, legendary singer Janis Joplin passed away from an accidental heroin overdose in her Hollywood hotel. The singer, famous for her distinctively rough voice, left behind a legacy that included stints as the lead singer of Big Brother and the Holding Company and two solo albums. The Daily News takes a look back at her life and her musical career.

Charlie Chaplin died 41 years ago today - December This the headlines in the final edition of “The Daily News” December I’m sure Charlie Chaplin would have found the humor,. Newspaper Front Pages, Vintage Newspaper, Newspaper Article, Charlie Chaplin Death, Front Page News, Vevey, Newspaper Headlines, New York Daily News, Drame

Chaplin is "For The Ages"

Charlie Chaplin died 41 years ago today - December 25th 1977. This the headlines in the final edition of “The Daily News” December 26th 1977. “I’m sure Charlie Chaplin would have found the humor,...

London’s Evening Standard front page, Friday 16 September reporting Marc Bolan’s fateful car crash. Photograph of the original newspaper. Marc Bolan, Newspaper Front Pages, Vintage Newspaper, Newspaper Design, Glam Rock Bands, Children Of The Revolution, Electric Warrior, Music Search, Newspaper Headlines

Marc Bolan car crash, September 1977, newspaper front page

London’s Evening Standard front page, Friday 16 September 1977, reporting Marc Bolan’s fateful car crash. Photograph of the original newspaper.

John Glenn - Astronaut, US Senator., he was the first American to orbit the Earth and went on to serve in the United States Senate from 1975 to Cemetery Monuments, Cemetery Statues, Cemetery Headstones, Old Cemeteries, Cemetery Art, Graveyards, Us Marine Corps, Unusual Headstones, John Herschel

John Glenn (1921-2016) - Find A Grave Memorial

American Astronaut, US Senator. He was the first American to orbit the Earth and went on to serve in the United States Senate from 1975 to 1999. He was a veteran of both World War II and the Korean War, serving as a fighter pilot in both the Navy and Marine Corps. After the Korean War ended, he became a test pilot and...

A photo of the grave of Beach Boys singer Carl Wilson, at Pierce Bros. Westwood Memorial Park, in Los Angeles, California. Cemetery Headstones, Old Cemeteries, Cemetery Art, Graveyards, Carl Wilson, Famous Tombstones, Famous Graves, Famous Musicians, The Beach Boys

Carl Wilson's grave (photo)

A photo of the grave of Beach Boys singer Carl Wilson, at Pierce Bros. Westwood Memorial Park, in Los Angeles, California.

Billy "Froggy" Laughlin - - Find A Grave Memorial Cemetery Headstones, Old Cemeteries, Cemetery Art, Graveyards, Peace In The Valley, Famous Tombstones, Famous Graves, Whittier California, Grave Memorials

Billy “Froggy” Laughlin (1932-1948) - Find A...

Actor. He won fame as Froggy in 29 Our Gang comedies from 1940 to 1944. Blonde and bespectacled, his defining trait was a croaking voice that sounded like Popeye on helium. Although the character had no real personality, Froggy became the most popular Little Rascal to emerge from that series' final years. Among...

Curly Howard - American comedian and vaudevillian actor. He was best known as the most outrageous member of the American farce comedy team the Three Stooges, which also featured his older brothers Moe and Shemp Howard and actor Larry Fine. Cemetery Monuments, Cemetery Headstones, Old Cemeteries, Cemetery Art, Graveyards, The Stooges, The Three Stooges, Larry, Famous Tombstones

Whatever Happened to Curly?

Neatorama presents a guest post from actor, comedian, and voiceover artist Eddie Deezen. Visit Eddie at his website. In 1932, Jerome Howard, soon to be universally known as "Curly" joined The Three Stooges comedy team. Curly was replacing his older brother Shemp as the third stooge, joining his older brother Moe and frizzy-haired Larry Fine. In 1934, the team signed with Columbia Pictures and began churning out the series of comedy slapstick shorts that were to bring hilarity to the entire…