Mary Shelley, famous for writing the iconic "Frankenstein."
After the death of Prince this week, we have to remind ourselves that however magical, otherworldly, or talented our favorite celebs are -- well, eventually they're going to pass away, just like we do. It's a sad fact, but it's also somewhat humbling. After all, we're all in it together.
And just like us, many celebrities have elaborate tombstones in cemeteries and special sites across the globe. Some of them are massive and ornate, while others are simple and understated. Here are 31 celebrity tombstones that span across space and time. Who knew Sir Isaac Newton's stone would be so complex?
Jules Verne's tomb in Cimetière de la Madeleine.
Silent film star Charlie Chaplin's tombstone.
Al Capone's grave in Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Hillside, Illinois.
Houdini's grave. He's buried in Queens, New York.
Elvis Presley was laid to rest at Graceland.
James Dean's grave in Park Cemetery in Fairmount, Indiana.
The gravestone of Sir Isaac Newton.
Dean Martin's name plaque in California.
Jimi Hendrix's gravestone in California.
The grave of Robert Lee Frost and his wife.
Billy Wilder, who still had something to write, even after death.
Comedian Rodney Dangerfield's hilarious tombstone.
Poet and literary genius Emily Dickinson's gravestone.
Famed sci-fi writer HP Lovecraft's tombstone.
Songwriter Cindy Walker's tombstone.
Jim Morrison, who was laid to rest in Paris.
Media mogul Merv Griffin's tombstone.
The tombstone of Aaliyah, the young R&B singer who died in a plane crash.
Comedian Ed Wynn's tombstone.
Louis Armstrong's gravestone in Flushing, New York.
Rick James, who had an epic portrait etched into his tombstone.
Former President John F. Kennedy.
The tombstone of comedy genius Bernie Mac.
The legendary Bette Davis' tombstone.
Andy Warhol, King of Pop Art.