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Internet cemetery is virtual reverential place, where sadness and sympathy for lost person could express anybody without distance or different conditions. Found grave or memorial in honor the deceased you and others will have choice save the memory of the deceased, practically for no limited time. Everybody can honor by placing flowers or light up candles, by writing messages or memory. Virtualnecropolis doesn’t forget on your puppies, which is the same lost, as closes person. That is why, they have here special place also.

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Emmanuelle actor Sylvia Kristel dies

Sylvia Kristel, the first international sex star of the 1970s, has died at the age of 60. The Dutch-born actress who was closely connected with a role of Emmanuelle in a French film of the same name lost her ten-year battle with cancer.  "She died during the night during her sleep," her agent told the AFP news agency on Thursday. Dark haired model was cast in her 20s by the French director Just Jaeckin without any earlier acting experience.…

No Use for a Name frontman Tony Sly dies at 41

The singer of the Northern California punk group was found dead on August 1st after his solo concert the night before. The cause of death is unknown and will be further investigated. Tony Sly passed away at the age of 41. He left behind his wife Brigitte with their two daughters Keira and Fiona. “It is with great sorrow that we must say goodbye to Tony Sly of No Use for a Name. We received a call earlier today of his passing, and are…

Sally Ride, first American woman in space, is dead

Sally Ride, the first American women in space, died on Monday, July 23rd at her home in San Diego, California after a 17-month battle with pancreatic cancer. It was announced by her company, Sally Ride Science, on its website. She was 61. While finishing her studies at Stanford University, where she already had degrees in physics, astrophysics and English, she applied to become an astronaut. She was one of 8,000 people who answered a NASA…

Jon Lord, Deep Purple keyboardist, dies at 71

Lord who co-founded the famous British hard rock band died from a pulmonary embolism after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. He died at the London Clinic on Monday, July 16th, surrounded by family. He was 71. In 1968, Lord founded Deep Purple with bassist Nick Simper, guitarist Ritchie Blackmore, drummer Ian Paice and singer Rod Evans. Lord and Paice were the only continual members since the beginning and also after the re-establishment…

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