This April Fools' cemetery tour will show you which celebrities aren't buried in Milwaukee
Forest Home Cemetery is the resting place of many of Milwaukee’s most recognizable and distinguished names.
Walk the nearly 200-acre grounds on the city’s South Side, and you may find the headstones of city co-founder Byron Kilbourn; airport namesake Billy Mitchell; and notable beer barons Frederick Pabst, Joseph Schiltz, Jacob Best and Valentin Blatz.
There are also some names that may have you do a double take.
Ashley Judd? Walter White? Harry Potter?!
An April Fools’ Day tour of the cemetery will show you “where these famous people are NOT buried” and teach you about their “non-famous Milwaukee counterparts,” according to the event website. The 90-minute walking tour, hosted by the Forest Home Historic Preservation Association, starts at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 1. Tickets are available here for $10.