January 16, 1979 – August 25, 2001

Aaliyah Haughton was an R&B superstar in the making.  In the years since she first came on the pop music scene, Aaliyah has sold more than 25 million records.  Her first hit single, the Grammy nominated “Try Again” coincided with her first starring role in a film, 2000’s Romeo Must Die. She was well on her way to becoming a crossover star in both music and Hollywood when her life was tragically cut short.  On August 25, 2001, the overloaded charter plane carrying Aaliyah and her crew crashed after takeoff in the Bahamas while returning from shooting the music video for “Rock the Boat.” Lots of legal battles and wrongful death claims ensued as the pilot was apparently not licensed – and likely full of cocaine – but, none of that could take back the crash.  One of entertainment’s most promising stars was dead at the age of 22.


Ferncliff Cemetery – Hartsdale, NY

Specific Location

Rosewood Mausoleum, Unit 4, Tier CC, Private Alcove, Crypt 3; 2nd floor, down the back, right corridor from the main staircase, Aaliyah’s crypt is in a semi-private alcove on the left near the end of this corridor, 2 spaces up from the floor.


2 Responses to “Aaliyah”

  1. john stewart Says:

    rip baby girl we miss you very much

  2. Love u aaliayh
    🙂 I’m visit her

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