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first_imgSome celebrities still manage to draw a crowd after their death. Skyscanner investigates…On the anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, join Skyscanner on the trail of death where morbid fascination and genuine mourning continue to pull in the crowds for five of the world’s greatest music legends. Michael Jackson – Glendale, Los AngelesThe most recent superstar to join the ranks of the dead, big memorial celebrations will commemorate the anniversary of the troubled superstar today (25 June). Forest Lawn Memorial Park, a private cemetery in Glendale, LA, will allow fans to pay their respects to the King of Pop, with hundreds expected to make the journey. Find flights to LAElvis – Graceland, Memphis, TennesseeVisitors to Graceland Mansion, Elvis’ 14 acre estate, can see his sitting room, music room and his famous ‘Jungle Room’, complete with indoor waterfall, before arriving at the Meditation Garden where The King is laid to rest. Find flights to MemphisJim Morrison – Père Lachaise Cemetery, Paris.Passing on when he was just 27, Morrison now lies in Père Lachaise Cemetery in eastern Paris, one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions. Hundreds come to pay their respects to Morrison where he lies in good company, with Chopin, Edith Piaf and Oscar Wilde also buried here. Find flights to ParisJohn Lennon – Central Park, New YorkLennon has no grave; he was cremated and the location of his ashes remains a mystery. However, Lennon fans still flock to the Strawberry Fields Memorial in New York’s Central Park which is dedicated to the famed singer. On Lennon’s birthday (9th October) fans from all over the world come to remember the Beatles big man. Find flights to New YorkKurt Cobain – Aberdeen, WashingtonHis angst-ridden lyrics provided the soundtrack to a generation during the early 1990s and fans still come to pay tribute to the life of the Nirvana front man in his home town of Aberdeen, Washington. No official grave exists, but Kurt’s first home, the Wishkah River where some of his ashes were spread, and the ‘Welcome to Aberdeen’ road sign which reads ‘Come as you are’ in tribute, are popular attractions for fans. Find flights to WashingtonReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedDead weird: the World’s Top 5 Most Morbid Events5 festivals that celebrate the meeting with our makerHow to search for multi stop flights with SkyscannerFind out how to use Skyscanner’s multi stop search tool to build your perfect trip.The BEST time to holiday in the most popular destinationsDeciding when you should jet off can make or break a holiday. After weeks or months of planning, the last thing you want is a holiday plagued by monsoon rains or unbearable heat and crowds. Luckily for you, we’ve done the research and found the best times to visit all…last_img