The final resting place of rock legend Freddie Mercury may no longer be a mystery. More than two decades after the Queen frontman succumbed to AIDS, fans are claiming to have found the place where his cremated ashes were buried - the Kensal Rise cemetery in West London.
According to the Daily Mirror fans apparently came across a plaque in the cemetery that reads, "In Loving Memory of Farrokh Bulsara," which was the singer's birth name. The dates of birth and death also match up with Mercury's. The plaque also includes a sentence in French, and is signed "M.," which fans believe is a reference to Mary Austin, Mercury's former girlfriend who inherited his London home following his death.
So far, Mercury's estate has declined to comment, which is no surprise considering the singer's insistence on privacy during his life.
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