Fairhaven Memorial Park in Santa Ana proves that a grave hunter doesn't have to go to LA to find buried treasure. Fewer pastimes are more suitable for a summer afternoon than traipsing across green lawns sprouting gorgeous rows of palm and pine trees emitting a cacophony of bird chatter, including the squawks of the occasional low-flying feral parrot. This boneyard shares a plot of land with one of the county's earliest body repositories, Santa Ana Cemetery. Between the two, you'll find such notables as Leo Fender, Pamela Courson (gal pal of Jim Morrison), drag-racing pioneer C.J. Pappy Hart (who organized races at John Wayne Airport), as well as Clyde Bruckman. Don't know him? A silent-film writer best known for his work with legendary deadpan comic Buster Keaton, Bruckman wrote... More >>>