Round and round we go…

“Do not jump over the fence”

Cemetery services for the City of Paris have placed new signs on the barrier surrounding Jim’s grave. See my previous post for more information on the unfortunate, but understandable, actions taken by Père Lachaise cemetery officials to combat visitors defacing the area.

August 16, 2012

The “gum tree”

14 April 2012 © José Puister
April 14, 2012 © José Puister

A cemetery employee laboriously removes chewing gum from the tree:

6 thoughts on “Round and round we go…

  1. I’ll be honest, I think Jim Morrison would be upset that people can’t mark up his grave (as easily) anymore. He probably would have thought all the graffiti was cool, and would be honored people would take time out of their day to write a little message, poem, or lyric. He didn’t exactly have a conservative personality, after all. I understand if people were marking up neighboring graves though, but still… its sad to have lost all that.

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  2. What a cool site this is, Susan! I have not been to Père LaChaise since 1989 and it is fascinating to see how Jim’s gravesite has changed. You have great information and photos here. Thanks for stopping by Travel Oops and liking the post about looking for Jim’s grave at Père LaChaise and for re-blogging it as well!!

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    1. Hi Steph! Thank you so much for your comments and your post about your visit to Jim’s grave. It’s a pleasure to include it on my blog. I’m so glad to have it included in the collection, great post!

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