Newhall, California: Horse Drawn Hearse Under GlassInteresting spot for a nod to funerary history -- 1860 hearse, once pulled by horses, displayed in a glass sided shelter near the main road into Eternal Valley Memorial Park.
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If you're going to see the hearse, might as well see some of the famous music and film celebrities laid to rest inside the park. This is where Gene Vincent (rockabilly singer), Roy Brown (R&B shouter who did the original version of "Good Rockin' Tonight"), and Tor Johnson (Ed Wood actor known for his role in Plan Nine From Outer Space) are all buried.[Deke Dickerson, 10/03/2012]
Great hearse.[Rob Moon, 05/31/2011]
It's near the entrance into Eternal Valley Memorial Park. An ornate, 1860-era funeral hearse is exhibited in a glass-sided shelter.
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