Although sentenced to death by the Jamaican courts, Dennis Lobban is still on death row more than 30 years after killing Peter Tosh and his two friends.
Final Resting Place:
Peter Tosh Monument
Grave Location:Peter Tosh Mausoleum
Grave Location Description
Located 12 miles southeast of Savanna-la-Mar, the Peter Tosh Monument and private mausoleum is located about 1 mile past the jerk stalls at Bluefields Beach Park on your left. A small donation is requested.
Grave Location GPS18.14974125687, -78.0292254153
Visiting The Grave:
Read More About Peter Tosh:
- Wikipedia Entry
- The Day the Music Died in Kingston
- 10 Things You Don't Know About Peter Tosh
- At last, Peter Tosh gets a museum of his own
- The Murder of Peter Tosh
- When Peter Tosh squatted Richards home in Jamaica
- Why Peter Tosh's Death is More Tragic Than You Know
- Reggae Legend Peter Tosh’s Murder Was Just the Start of His Family’s Troubles
Videos Featuring Peter Tosh:
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