“A Ferrari buried here?”
The cemetery is well-known as the final resting place of Sandra West, a wealthy socialite with a strange final request. She was actually buried in her Ferrari. The grave is next to her husbands, but the simple headstone does little to give away the fact there's a multi-million dollar Ferrari under your feet. Other prominent residents include Clara Driscoll, who helped preserve The Alamo in the 1900s; John Lang Sinclair, composer of the “The Eyes of Texas,” the school song for the University of Texas; and Robert H.H. Hugman, designer of the River Walk.
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