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GO, VISIT, bonjour and comment ca vas to all. never doubt, JAMES DEAN could have been a high school art professor and playwright, and a speech and language teacher for college preparatory students if he hadn't died UNEXPECTEDLY in a tragic car accident.
About a mile out if town. Cemetery is nice setting in farm area. Gravestone easy to find. Many things left (a lot of cig butts) on stone. Even lipstick marks on stone. A little further down road is house where JD was raised. Still a...More
Was nice to stop by and spend some time at James Deans grave. A must do for any fan. Was able to pay our respects to him after all these years. Always wanted to make the drive and finally got the time to do it.
Well, after visiting the museum we were given a map to see the grave site. Why not. It is close by. The cemetery was bigger than I expected. There was a sign pointing the way to his grave site.
The headstone was smaller than I...More
We were driving through Fairmount on the way from I-69 to Kokomo so I decided to stop. My teenage son had no clue who James Dean was so I made him look up his bio online. The cemetery is larger than I expected and ended...More
I stopped as part of a day trip out to Fairmount. This was a very emotional experience and I felt incredibly privileged, as an Australian fan to see this site. Needless to say I would like to return one day to pay my respects once...More