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Sunday, 7 October 2018

7 years after the death of Steve Jobs, no one knows yet where he is buried



Palo Alto, Alta Mesa Memorial Park, a 100-year-old cemetery located in the heart of Silicon Valley, hundreds of tombstones with veterans of the war rest together with locals, including Steve Jobs . It is a modest cemetery, you will not see giant mausoleums or ostentatious tombstones.

Steve Jobs is buried here, but you will not see his name written on any tombstone . At the express request of his family, his tombstone has no name and the administration of the cemetery keeps the secret alive.

Steve rests in a secret place in Palo Alto
Although his tombstone has no name, there are hundreds of Apple fans from around the world who come to the cemetery , leave flowers, apples, notes and share their experiences. Some even claim to know the exact place, but it is not known for sure.



Since, exactly, its resting place is not exactly known, the general director of the cemetery put at the disposal of all these users a book that resides in the vestibule of the office, with dozens of messages written by hand. In fact it is the second book, the first was filled with wishes and messages and is saved.

"WE HAVE HAD PEOPLE WHO WANDER A LOT AROUND THE CEMETERY WITH THE INTENTION OF FINDING IT. GOOD LUCK"

From the management they affirm that they appreciate the good thoughts and wishes towards Jobs of all those who approach, but considering the privacy requested by the family , they can not divulge their place of burial.

Jobs' family has not been the only one who has made this request, there are dozens of unnamed tombstones in Alta Mesa Memorial Park .


Steve had the firm conviction to be incinerated, however, according to Walter Isaacson's authorized biography, two days before his death he declared that he did not like the idea of ​​being cremated. He wanted to be buried in the cemetery near his parents . And so it was, although its place is secret.

Via | The Mercury News

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