Harper's Books (@harpersbooks) October 30, 2013
The bust is the work of Croatian artist, Mladen Mikulin. It disappeared in May 1988.
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Anticipating a post-Doors movie tourist boom after its release in March, work has begun on overhauling Jim Morrison’s plot in the Père Lachaise cemetery, Paris. For a long time, Old Leather Keks’ final resting place has provided a makeshift off-licence, graffiti canvas and lavatory for visiting Lizard types, but now the unsavory debris has been cleared and a handsome new headstone has been erected. Jim would, no doubt, turn in his grave, if he’s there.
Sarah Walters (@SWaltersTV) May 29, 2014
Found this pic of a slimmed down me at Jim Morrison's grave in Paris in 1992. Doing my best U2 album cover pose... http://t.co/gwzlhLadhs—
Bryan Shortall (@frbryanshortall) June 20, 2014
ROGIER MAASKANT (@RogierMaaskant) July 10, 2014
Here's a photo I took of Ian Astbury of The Cult at Jim Morrison's graveside in Cimetiere du Pere Lachaise Paris http://t.co/yhk7odYs—
Kevin Cummins (@KCMANC) February 08, 2013
Ray Manzarek pays tribute to Jim Morrison in Père Lachaise cemetery. (Photo by Frederic REGLAIN/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)