New Hunter S. Thompson Museum Planned By His Widow

June 3, 2015
Anita Thompson at AP
Anita Thompson reads a passage from a book as she stands in the kitchen of her and her late husband, Hunter S. Thompson's home at the "Owl Farm" in Woody Creek, Colo., Monday, Aug. 15, 2005.

reports The Cannabist. 

Owl Farm in Woody Creek was Thompson's home from 1969 until his death in 2005. And his widow says she's left the rooms essentially unchanged for a decade for others to see:

“At first it brought me comfort, and then over the last few years, I’ve kept it this way simply because it is history.

“I want others to experience it.”

For now, there's no timeline for the future museum.

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