An interesting article, despite several inaccuracies (see footnotes). English translation below. L'HISTOIRE DU JOUR | La délinquance par amour des vedettes ou quand l'adoration mène à la profanation. http://t.co/WzxzoXfQFe — France Info (@franceinfo) March 18, 2013 English translation When idol worship leads to desecration Claude François’* family is going to press charges for vandalism. Located … Continue reading When idol worship leads to desecration
The backstory Croatian artist Mladen Mikulin sculpted a bust effigy of Jim Morrison for his grave in Père Lachaise cemetery. The bust was in commemoration of the 10th anniversary of Jim’s death on July 3, 1981. It disappeared in 1988. SEE ALSO Rockin’ The Dead In Zagreb: The Real Story of Jim Morrison’s Bust Before and … Continue reading Who stole Jim Morrison’s bust?
Photo posted on Twitter by photographer, Kevin Cummins @KCMANC See also Ian Astbury of The Cult at Jim Morrison’s grave
By Michelle Campbell The dead rocked On Friday, January 27, 2012, the dead were royally rocked in Zagreb, Croatia. There were two events at the Zagreb City Museum that were linked by one of rock music’s premier figures, Jim Morrison, of The Doors. In the museum was an exhibit about Zagreb cemeteries and funerals called “Mors … Continue reading Rockin’ The Dead In Zagreb: The real story of Jim Morrison’s bust
Indian ink, pencils and watercolor | 28 x 35 cm © Xavier Marchand
Sculpture by Graham Dolphin The final, completing element is a series of three replicas of the distinctly amateur bust of Jim Morrison that sat amongst the sea of graffiti at his grave in Paris. Originally produced by a fan, this item also became a surface into which visitors inscribed messages and tributes and indeed became … Continue reading Burn Away Fade Out