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The mystery about Steve Jobs' grave

The mystery about Steve Jobs’ grave

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from Steve Jobs, the genius behind Apple, there are plenty of fun facts known, like that he tried to become a civilian astronaut in 1985, months after he was fired by the company he founded, or that he cheated on his friend 11 years ago — and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak When Atari paid $5,000 for a video game go ahead, which Jobs gave only $350 to his partner under an abusive agreement.

Even personal issues, like your enthusiasm for lysergic acid, are known, but The exact location of Steve Jobs’ grave is unknown Googling returns parody images Including the tombstone in the shape of an iPod.

His death, on October 5, 2011, was the subject of intense media coverage that was not limited by his family’s desire to keep the funeral intimate. Records describe his farewell as a small, private ceremony two days after his death. He was then quietly buried in Alta Mesa Memorial Park in Palo Alto, California, where his adoptive parents (Paul and Clara Jobs) and the rest of the remains of other tech pioneers, such as David Packard (co-founder of Hewlett-Packard, who gave Jobs his first summer job).

However, Jobs’ grave is unknown and its exact location remains a mystery. Reason? His family sought anonymity, possibly to prevent their shrine from becoming a pilgrimage site for Apple fans.

The Jobs family sought to make Steve’s grave untraceable and did not stop many fans from making expeditions to find his whereabouts. Perhaps the most famous of them is the one who carried out Youtube The Italian, who claimed to have found her in a video posted on November 2, 2011, in which, as a tribute (regardless of the concepts), bites an apple on what is purported to be her grave.

This search will not be the last and YouTubers They won’t be the only ones to join the search for Steve Jobs’ grave site. financial intermediary Forbes (Assumed journalism ethics) He had no concerns about the issuance of Jobs’ death certificate issued by the Santa Clara County Health Department.

A map of the supposed location of Steve Jobs' grave

The publication produced dozens of maps to find the exact location of Steve Jobs’s grave in Alta Mesa Memorial Park, resulting in Other public research missions on YouTube whose results were not conclusive.

Therefore, regarding Jobs’ will regarding the treatment of his remains, only what was handed to him Walter Isaacson in his autobiography: “Over the years they have informally discussed where he wants his ashes to be scattered, but on Monday, two days before his death, he announced that he didn’t like the idea of ​​his body being cremated. He wanted them to bury him in the cemetery near his parents.” Genius and personality to the grave.

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