Sure, there was some old woman (Madame somebody-or-other) who witnessed the burial in Paris.. but ahh... was it Morrison that was _really_ buried??
Hmm.. I sound like Ray now.... man :-)
Interesting you should say this, I already mentioned that elsewhere. I thought it would be 'funny' that all these people are scampering around nothing but an empty plot, with a headstone, and Jim's remains are here in California.
The women you mention is Madame Colinette, btw, who at the time was a sort of unpaid docent for the cemetery. She only saw a box going into the ground. But I think it was Jim's body in there at the time.
If he was a member of my family, and I had the money to do it, I would arrange to have him moved as well. I find most of Ronay's story suspect on the face of it, let alone the "I'd like to buried there," remark. What I have found rather remarkable are Ronay's claims to have spent most of the month of June with Jim, while Pam was off doing her thing. But not once did Ronay mention that Jim was expecting the arrival of Fred Myrow, after which Fred and Jim intended to rent a chateau in the countryside and work on the musical they had been discussing when Jim left for Paris. You'd think that at least once in their alleged many conversations Jim didn't say, "Man, I'm looking forward to working with Fred when he gets here," etc.
It is entirely possible that Jim is not there, and is elsewhere, and wherever that is, only his family knows.
Jim is certainly dead, but I think there is a pretty good case to be made for the current location of his remains.