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With Hugh Hefner's Death, So Too Dies the Playboy Mansion

With Hugh Hefner's Death, So Too Dies the Playboy Mansion

Hugh Hefner will be buried in the same mausoleum where Marilyn fell asleep forever, after he paid no less than $75.000 for that spot in 1992. "You had a piece of paper in your pocket you showed me - with my name Pamela with a heart around it".

She wrote, "Mr. Hefner, I have so many thoughts, I have no brain right now to edit".

Now, many of us youngins only remember Hugh Hefner through references in TV shows, random cameos, or as "that old guy who lives in a mansion of attractive women".

"I said to the folks in my vehicle, 'Folks, I don't want to tell you where we're going in a moment, but trust me, it is going to be very special, '" he said. "I moved in. I knew nothing about Playboy, I'd just graduated high school".

The former glamour model then went on to share photos of her previous Playboy magazine covers, where she was pictured semi-clothed on the front of the bestselling publication for men. "I'll celebrate you forever!"

Anderson explained the last time she saw Hefner, he has so "old" that he was using a walker since his back wasn't in good shape. You will be greatly missed!

In a long accompanying caption, she calls Hefner the most important person in her life outside of her family.

Details regarding Hefner's memorial service have not been released at this time. "In my wildest dreams, I could not have imagined a sweeter life". "I will forever be grateful". "Thank you for EVERYTHING". We had so many fun & incredible memories together.

Next to a pic of her posing with Hugh in a bikini she wrote: "What sad news this morning of this lovely man".

"It was an absolute honor to be chosen as the first female rapper to make the cover of playboy magazine".

Much of the press coverage of Hefner's death has focused on the two sides to his legacy, pitting sleaziness against the way he opened American sexual attitudes.

So, what happens to Hugh Hefner's empire now that he's dead?


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