Landmarks That Have Been Destroyed By Tourists

Will to Be Weird

Condé Nast Traveler

Gravesites have always been popular sites for desecration but perhaps none has been vandalized as hard as that of Jim Morrison. Since 1973, fans and tourists alike have flocked to the grave to pay their respects while others left more permanent signs of their visit. Heavily graffitied, the site was targeted by a thief in 1988 who stole a bust of the musician from the headstone. Due to the overwhelming acts of defacement, the family hired a private security guard to patrol the grave.

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