Queen fans told us that they discovered the alleged grave of Freddie Mercury.
Freddie Mercury, founder and leader of the Queen died in 1991 of AIDS, he was only 45 years old. After his death, his body was cremated, but where the dust went, and what was done to it further, is not exactly known. All that is certain is that the cremation took place at the Kensal Green cemetery. It was at the same cemetery that fans discovered his alleged grave.
Actually, a plate with a dedication to Farrukh Bulsara was found - this is the real name of Mercury, who was born in Zanzibar. The indicated dates of birth and death of the singer coincide. “Blessed memory of Farukh Bulsara. September 5, 1946 - November 24, 1991. Always beside you with love (Pour Etre Toujours Pres De Toi Avec Tout Mon Amour) ”. The epitaph is signed with the letter "M". Until the last day, next to Freddie Mercury was his girlfriend Mary Austin, he lived with her for about seven years. Based on the fact that Mary inherited a mansion in Kensington, which belonged to Mercury, many assumed that his ashes had been given to her.
I think the fans are right, but perhaps Mercury himself wanted to avoid universal worship after death and would prefer that only the closest knew about his last resting place.