Two men who once worked at the Beverly Hills Supper Club are hoping to use bricks from the building to create a memorial to the 165 people who died in the infamous fire 30 years ago.
Former banquet captain Wayne Dammert and bus boy Dave Brock are trying to get permission to build a memorial near the hill where the supper club once stood.
But the owner has not given the Ok. A historical marker at the bottom of the club's abandoned driveway was unveiled in October.
The Beverly Hills Supper Club caught fire May 28th, 1977, on a night when an estimated 28-hundred people were inside.
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