I concur. Few people in Los Angeles know more about the history of Hollywood, the movies and its personalities than Karie Bible, so it's a real treat to have her as your guide around this landmark location. The cemetery itself is fascinating just to stroll through, but Karie's stories make the past come vividly alive -- and you get the sense that she has a great love and reverence for the people whose headstones you are visiting; this isn't a sensationalist/spooky graveyard tour, but a real immersion in the world of the past and who these people were. It's terrifically entertaining, and you'll almost certainly come away with a deeper appreciation of Los Angeles, its history and the larger than life personalities resting at the cemetery than you did when you arrived. Her total commitment to guiding your tour as Valentino's Lady in Black is an extra plus. Spend an afternoon taking this tour; it's a one of a kind opportunity in Los Angeles.
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Hollywood Forever Cemetery Walking Tour
I think that The best of LA picked a very good selection in Karie Bible. Her tours bring people's interest and heart into this marvelous time of seeing Hollywood's past be unfolded. seeing the gravesites of Rudolph Valentino to Paul Muni are reminders of this town's amazing affect on The Cinema all around the globe.. I think Karie gives people both history and a way to appeciate it.
This is a really cool tour. It's crazy that all these big old Hollywood producers and movie stars are all in this one place. Lot's of creepy sad stories of how they died too. Cecil B Demille, Douglas Fairbanks, and even Darla from the Little Rascals. Aahhh, only in LA. ADVICE: Girls, don't wear heels (lotsa grass). And bring your camera.