Cemetery where Anna Nicole Smith is buried closed to the public


The cemetery where Anna Nicole Smith was buried last week has been closed to the public.

Officials at Lakeview Cemetery on Nassau in the Bahamas have grown increasingly tired of the tourists making pilgrimages to Smith’s grave in the past week, and they’ve decided to close all entrances and hire security to keep the curious out. Only those who have family members buried at the cemetery or people who can prove they’re Bahamian citizens will be granted access.

Anna Nicole’s gravesite became an immediate tourist destination, following her funeral, and has attracted buses of tourists to the cemetery, prompting complaints from locals who have family members buried there.

Maybe Howard Stern can negotiate a deal with Lakeview officials to charge tourists admission to the site. Undoubtedly, the prospective deal would include a share of the profits reserved for Stern himself.


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