FAMOUS GRAVE TOUR - San Diego #1 (Patti Page, Karen Black, etc.)
Welcome to Hollywood Graveyard, where we set out to remember and celebrate the lives of those who lived to entertain us, by visiting their final resting places. Today we're heading south to San Diego, where we'll find such stars as Patti Page, Karen Black, Bobby Driscoll, and many more.
Full list of stars visited today:
Paul Tanner, Junior Seau, Susan Morrow, John & Pearl Early, Dick Simmons, Merritt Bohn, Bobby Driscoll, Karen Black, Lloyd Haynes, Jonas Salk, Dorothy Kelly, Milburn Stone, Billy Daniels, Violet La Plante, Patti Page, Ray Kroc, Sheila Darcy, Preston Foster.
FAMOUS GRAVE TOUR - San Diego #2
(Anita Page, Victor Buono, etc.)
Full list of stars visited today: Johnny Downs, Anita Page, Charlotte Henry, William Gargan, Victor Buono, James Moody, Ernestine Schumann-Heink, Harold Bell Wright, John and Marie Maroldo (Johnny Winters & Lady Little), Corey Rand, Amelita Galli-Curci, Archie Moore, Nat Pendleton, Barbara Payton, Raymond Chandler, Gloria Winters, Dick Wessel, Laurence Stallings, Harry Spear, Robert Kent, Irving Bacon, Sally Forrest, Richard Garrick, Douglas Croft, David Ford, Jacques Jaccard, Gregg Barton.
With an early arrival of the hurricane/tropical storm season here in the States - We should all stay alert to the current trending global tidal incursions along the coastal areas ...
Rising threat from the seas | DW Documentary
How high will the oceans rise due to climate change? The projections are the subject of dispute, with scientists continually correcting their estimates upward. Is this just panic-mongering or are these scenarios within the realm of possibility?
Can we make any reliable predictions about the world’s oceans? If all the ice in Antarctica and Greenland were to melt, sea levels would rise by more than 66 meters. The consequences for coastal populations are gradually becoming clear. By 2100, coastlines around the world could change radically. The research being conducted by marine scientists will decide how affected regions can prepare for the disaster on the horizon. At what point will governments have to consider evacuating areas on the basis of cost-damage analyses? It is a process that has already begun in places like the United Kingdom.