Who Stole Freddie’s Burial Plaque?
The Queen frontman died in 1991 and was cremated after death, but still today no one knows where his ashes are or if and where they were scattered.
“I promised him on his deathbed that I would never say where I put his ashes. I know where they are, but this is the only thing I want to say about this” These are the words of Mary Austin, Freddie Mercury’s girlfriend who was at his side during the final agony.
It was she who put in Kensal Green Cemetery, where Freddie was cremated, a plaque in his memory, with the inscription:
“In memory of Farroukh Bulsara. Sept 5. 1946 – 24 Nov. 1991. Pour être toujours avec tout près de toi mon amour”
(To be always close to you, my love).
Days ago it has been noticed that this commemorative plaque was missing.
Perhaps, since on the plaque only the real name of Mercury had been engraved, the cemetery’s staff had not noticed neither the plaque nor its immediate disappearance. Who stole the burial plaque?
Whatever the reason, for commercial purposes or real desecration, you are blasphemous!
The mystery over the remains of the great artist deepens more and more.