Michael Jackson's final resting place may be a mystery, but Detroit's Woodlawn Cemetery is where much of the memorabilia left in his honor at the Motown Historical Museum has been buried.
The Associated Press reported that the memorabilia was loaded into two hearses and driven in procession to the gravesites donated by the cemetery. A ceremony was held and the items were placed in the vaults, also donated. The graves are marked by a donated granite headstone.
Woodlawn's famous residents include Rosa Parks and members of the Four Tops. Diana Ross, named in Jackson's will as secondary caregiver for his children, has bought preneed at Woodlawn.
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