Fans are remembering Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds with a visit to their shared gravesite

This week marked the one year anniversary of the deaths of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, which shocked fans, and renewed interest in this iconic Hollywood family. Many Los Angeles locations associated with the women have since become memorials, including their shared grave site in Forest Memorial Park, Hollywood Hills, which we visited earlier this year.

As TMZ has noted, the site has become a draw for fans who want to honor Carrie and Debbie. Specifically, Star Wars fans who leave handwritten messages of hope and love.

Both women were laid to rest at Forest Lawn Memorial Park last January. Just days after her death, Fisher’s brother Todd was seen carrying her ashes in an urn shaped like a Prozac pill during a memorial for the women at Forest Lawn.

The women are buried in the cemetery’s Courts of Remembrance, near fellow Hollywood legends Lucille Ball and Bette Davis. You can find a map of the site here. As you enter the Court of Remembrance, you can find Carrie and Debbie’s site to the far right.

If you’d like to pay your respects to Carrie and Debbie, be sure to add the cemetery’s address into your GPS (6300 Forest Lawn Drive Los Angeles, CA), not just “Forest Lawn Memorial Park” as there various locations for Forest Lawn in the Los Angeles area.

Check out more famous locations associated with the women here. Do you have a special story about Carrie Fisher or Debbie Reynolds? Let us know about it in the comments below.

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