Cass is buried in Mt. Sinai Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA. Courtof Tanach, Lot 5000, Grave 2F.
The rumour about her choking on a sandwich began with an article in the London Times shortly after her death.
Cass's song 'Make Your Own Kind Of Music' was heard in the first three episodes of the second season of Lost.
Cass was a diabetic.
Vh1 ranked Cass as #23 in the top 100 Greatest Women in Rock N Roll.
Cass last appearance on TV was on a quiz show titled Celebrity Sweepstakes.
Cass posed nude one time for a magazine called Cheetah.
Cass had a child named Owen Vanessa but she never revealed who the father was.
Cass was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1968 where her daughter accepted her award.
Cass gave her sister legal guardianship of her daughter after her death.
Cass married Donald von Wiedenman in 1971 but they divorced shortly after their marriage in 1971.
Cass archive footage was used in the TV series Behind the Music in 1998.
Cass performed at Monterey Pop Festival in 1968.
Cass Elliot: Where my work is, is where my life is, and if we're falling into the ocean, we're falling into the ocean.
Cass Elliot: When I was 10 years old, I lived with fear of the atom bomb. It would keep me awake nights and make me wake up screaming. We all carried that with us.
Cass Elliot: When I know somebody's sign, it helps me deal with them. Usually I'd rather let people deal with me. That's a total ego hangup, but that's where it's at.
Cass Elliot: Towards the end, the Mamas and Papas' music got too intricate, too involved and overproduced, and that's part of the reason I left.
Cass Elliot: They're paying me an outrageous sum of money; $40,000 a week, which is totally silly.
Cass Elliot: There's so much talk about the drug generation and songs about drugs. That's stupid. They aren't songs about drugs; they're about life.
Cass Elliot: The baby goes with me. She's just at the right age, 16 months. She plays harmonica and dances all the time.
Cass Elliot: On two songs, I sang with the Blossoms and Brenda Holloway. We did some gospel things. Basically, they're all solo vocals.
Cass Elliot: My house is a very free house. It's not a crash pad, and people don't come without calling, but music happens in my house and that pleases me.
Cass Elliot: Modern houses make me feel uncomfortable. I like country-type living. I like to be able to get outside where there are trees and grass.
Cass Elliot: If you are good, you can always create a place for yourself.
Cass Elliot: I've seen kids who've had the high taken out of them.
Cass Elliot: Everything I've learned in life I've learned either by doing it or by watching the changes other people go through.