Battling Hollywood Cemeteries Bury the Hatchet 

He was interested in vintage clothing but wound up disturbing the dead. In early 2010, Britt Sebastian opened a clothing shop on 412 E. Main St., which he called Hollywood Cemetery. He emblazoned the words in a large teal-blue-and-black sign on…

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