Luke Perry ‘is buried in secret place and not where listed on death certificate’

The final resting place of Beverly Hills, 90210 and Riverdale actor Luke Perry is being kept a secret by his family and it has been reported that he is not where his death certificate lists.

Reports in the US media have suggested that Luke’s burial location is being kept private, with only family knowing where this place is.

According to the death certificate, Luke Perry was supposedly buried in Dickson, Tennessee on Monday March 11.

He was a long-time resident of the state and had owned a farm there since 1995.

According to The Blast , Luke may not actually be there as according to the owner of the funeral home listed on the certificate, he ‘hadn’t passed through his facility’.


Don Carter, owner of Taylor Funeral Home, apparently ‘has no idea’ why his business is named and said it was ‘not true’ that they handled the burial.

They also operate Dickson County Memorial Gardens cemetery and Carter has confirmed that Luke has not been laid to rest there.

The Blast also reported that The Cemetery Office for the City of Dickson have confirmed that Luke is not buried at the city’s other cemetery, Dickson Union Cemetery.

It would seem that Luke has not been buried at his farm either as the Planning & Zoning office for the County of Dickson told The Blast that no permits for a home burial have been issued for the farm.

It is believed that Luke’s final resting place is being kept secret with only family knowing where it is.

Luke’s death certificate confirmed he died from an ischemic cerebrovascular event – also known as a stroke – that occurred a week before he died in hospital.

He was 52 years old when he sadly passed away, after not regaining conscious.

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