While Hill and I were talking ("I like Elvis a little more," he said), a mother and her daughter walked by because the daughter didn't believe Marilyn Monroe was really here. They did not know it was the anniversary of her death.
Andrea Stern, the mother, asked who else was buried here, and Hill gestured to where each was interred as he listed Don Knotts, Eva Gabor, Mel Tormé, Dean Martin, Carl Wilson, Dorothy Stratten, Natalie Wood, Bob Crane, Farrah Fawcett, Rodney Dangerfield (he rattled off several other names too quickly for me to write down).
The Sterns walked off, and I listened to Hill narrate his video. "An iconic figure who is gone but clearly not forgotten," he said to his camera, panning over the roses.
When he left, he said it was to "take a picture of Farrah. I'm doing a flower thing for her, too."