Is this Freddie Mercury's final resting place? Mystery of Queen legend's ashes could be solved after plaque discovered in west London cemetery
Is this Freddie Mercury's final resting place? Mystery of Queen legend's ashes could be solved after plaque discovered in west London cemetery Plaque with French tribute to star has been found in Kensal Green Cemetery He may also have been scattered on Zanzibar, Lake Geneva or in Kensington Plate uses his real name and could've been added by his 'wife' Mary Austin
Freddie Mercury: Is THIS the last resting place of Queen singer? - Fans of Freddie Mercury believe they may have solved the 21-year mystery of his final resting place. A memorial plaque to the legendary Queen singer who died of Aids in 1991 aged 45 has recently been discovered in Kensal Green Cemetery, West London. It reads: “In Loving Memory of Farrokh Bulsara”, adding in French: “Pour Etre Toujours Pres De Toi Avec Tout Mon Amour”. This translates to “Always To Be Close To You With All My…
Queen, "You're My Best Friend"...I hope to someday have the everlasting love my parents have (they introduced me to Queen and this song)! Love the deceased Mr. Mercury and this amazing love song and Queen!