LIVERPOOL tourist chiefs are hoping to attract tourists - by promoting the city's graveyards.
Cemeteries like Paris's Pere Lachaise and London's Highgate attract thousands of visitors.
Liverpool may not be able to boast a Jim Morrison, but it does have 60's crooner Michael Holliday.
And while Highgate is the well-known final resting place of Karl Marx, Liverpool has its own renowned socialist writer.
Liverpool's cemeteries are an "untapped tourist resource" according to Cllr Berni Turner, executive member for heritage and environment. more
Who lies in a Liverpool's Cemetaries then?
St James's cemetery
William Taylor Barry - United States senator, Governor of Kentucky and Postmaster General of the US.
Colonel Thomas Colby - head of the Ordnance Survey
Sarah Biffin - armless dwarf artist who painted portraits of British monarchs and befriended Charles D!ckens.
Edward Rushton - blind anti-slavery campaigner. Formed the Liverpool School for the Blind.
Captain John Oliver - served on the Victory with Nelson at Trafalgar.
Captain Elisha Lindsay Halsey - stabbed to death by his ship's cook, John Kent of Liverpool, who successfully pleaded self-defence.
Catherine 'Kitty' Wilkinson - set up the first city washhouse as a cholera epidemic raged.
William Harrison - first captain of the Brunel-built iron ship the Great Eastern. The main mast stands out-side The Kop.
William Lynn - father of the Grand National.
A mausoleum marks the final resting place of William Huskisson, Liverpool MP and the first person to be killed by a train when run over by Stephenson's Rocket at the opening of the Liverpool-Manchester line in 1830.
Robert Tressell - writer of The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists. In August 1910, he travelled to Liverpool to arrange passage to Canada, but he was admitted to the Royal Infirmary where he later died of TB-related illnesses. He was buried in Walton cemetery in 1911, opposite the prison, in a grave with 12 other 'paupers'.
The grave was not located until 1970 when money raised by local socialists paid for an engraved headstone, now badly weathered.
James William Carling - illustrated many of Edgar Allen Poe's works.
West Derby cemetery
James Glanister - survived The Charge of the Light Brigade.
There is also the grave of a man killed on the Titanic.
Michael Holliday - singer in the 60s who had a number one hit with Story Of My Life and provided the voice of sheriff Tex Tucker from the series Four Feather Falls. Buried under his real name, Norman Alexander Milne.
James Maybrick - cotton merchant suspected of being Jack the Ripper. His wife was convicted of his murder by poisoning.
William Wallace - "The Man From The Pru" successfully appealed after being found guilty of the murder of his wife. The murder remains a mystery.
Michael James Whitty - first head constable of Liverpool police and fire brigade, went on to found the ECHO's sister paper, the Daily Post.
Some famous names in Anfield include Alf Garnett, Jimmy Tarbuck, Tommy Cooper, Billy Connolly and Jimmy Hill though they are not the celebrity ones.
There is also a young man called Dolphin Fish.
James Dunwoody Bulloch - Shipping agent for the confederates in the American civil war who bought ships built in Lairds.
James Picton - architect and surveyor who gave the city Wavertree's Picton clock.
Samuel Graves - famous Liverpool MP commemorated by a statue in St George's Hall.
Sir John Bent - owner of Bents' brewery.