2 people stabbed on Hollywood Walk of Fame
The Hollywood Walk of Fame is littered with the body of a person, most of whom are stabbed. Below, a list of the people who have been stabbed at the Hollywood Walk of Fame over the years:
The only people stabbed on the Walk of Fame in 1930 came while getting their star on August 4, 1931 when two men were stabbed outside the Hollywood Athletic Club near the entrance to Hollywood Boulevard. One man’s leg was amputated. Both men were arrested, but the police didn’t give names or identities.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame commemorates over 5,500 individuals who have been honored throughout the years in more than 500 different ways.
In 1931, two men were stabbed on the Walk of Fame.
In July 31, 1933, two men were stabbed at the Walk of Fame as two men were returning to their car. The driver stopped the car to find his back window smashed. As he got out of the car, he saw two men running away, and he followed them. When he caught up, he stabbed one of the men in the throat with a letter opener.
A car driven by John Sledge was stabbed by two men when it parked next to a Hollywood Athletic Club a week later.
The following year, in 1935, two men were attacked by two others as they tried to walk down the sidewalk at the Hollywood Athletic Club.
In 1947, two men were stabbed on the Walk of Fame by John P. Smith. John was stabbed in the left arm as a result of his attempt to stop one of the attackers. The attackers stole the man’s watch.
In 1948, two men were attacked along the Hollywood Walk of Fame by three others. They were attacked when they were returning to their car. The driver tried to stop his car, but one of the men punched him