Eight Is Enough star Dick Van Patten's final resting spot is an unmarked grave at Los Angeles' Forest Lawn Memorial Park, and RadarOnline has exclusive photos of it.
Van Patten, who died at 86 last week from diabetes complications, is buried "in somewhat of a lonely spot atop Forest Lawn," sources told Radar exclusively.
The New York native's grave is in a spot that's "shaded and tucked away under a pretty tree among a sea of gravestones," insiders said.
Sources said that with the low-profile area, "You wouldn't know one of the most legendary TV stars was laid to rest there."
Van Patten's "grave is still unmarked" as he had "only passed away on June 23," insiders said. It remains "covered with a sun-drenched wreath of flowers most likely from his funeral."
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