Even more appalling than his limited vocal range was his lack of timing. Shortly after his drug-induced suicide in the garage of his mom’s home a deranged “fan” shot and killed John Lennon. Thus his death went completely under reported and unnoticed.
Final Resting Place:
Holy Cross Cemetery
5835 West Slauson Avenue
Culver City, California, 90230
Grave Location:Section R, Tier 8, Grave 114
Grave Location Description
As you enter the cemetery park at the intersection of Sections R, X and Z. Walk up the hill about 10-12 rows looking slightly to the right for the final resting place of Jan Paul Beahm.
Grave Location GPS33.9922679144, -118.3889628
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