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Forest Lawn Cemetary (Glendale)

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Krull Cat

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Post Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:31 am

Forest Lawn Cemetary (Glendale)

Any locksmiths in Los Angeles near the Forest Lawn (Glendale) Memorial Cemetary?

There are some areas only accessible by key, two of which are called "Garden of Honor" and "Garden of Memory" within Glendale.
Both doors are usually locked tight. It takes a special "Gold Key", given only to property owners, to unlock the doors to these gardens.

I am very curious about the locks and keys on these "Gardens".
If you have photos of the keys, know the type of lock, or can get pictures of the front of the locks showing the keyway on these
cylinders that would be great.

Any other info would also be fascinating.
Are they Yale? Are they Corbin? What are they?
Is the name stamped on the face of the cylinder? Can someone photograph the face of the locks?
Is there a thumb turn or lever release on the inside of the door?
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Post Thu Apr 18, 2019 2:05 am

Re: Forest Lawn Cemetary (Glendale)

forgive me for saying so, but that request sounds super shady... if you have a legit reason to be in those private areas, perhaps asking the owners to let you in would be the better move. nobody here is going to help you break in. this is not that kind of forum.
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Post Thu Apr 18, 2019 2:33 am

Re: Forest Lawn Cemetary (Glendale)

cemetEry
"I dream of a world where, chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned."......Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Post Thu Apr 18, 2019 7:36 am

Re: Forest Lawn Cemetary (Glendale)

Well I live over a thousand miles away in another Country.

I can assure you I have no interest in "Breaking into" a Cemetary.
If I was intent on entering those areas I would simply scale the wall.

What has me curious about the locks and the keys is the age of the
structure and how long the graves have been there.

The locks and keys would have to be really old and that interests me.

I did not ask for anyone's help to "Break Into" anything.
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Post Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:26 pm

Re: Forest Lawn Cemetary (Glendale)

People are dying to get in there. Couldn't resist.
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Post Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:41 pm

Re: Forest Lawn Cemetary (Glendale)

jharveee wrote:People are dying to get in there. Couldn't resist.


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