Hunter S. Thompson’s widow, Anita Thompson, recently told The Cannabist that she is planning to turn the Colorado home where Thompson took his life (Owl Farm) into a museum.
Katie Shapiro at The Cannabist:
“I’m working to make it a museum,” Anita Thompson told The Cannabist during a barbecue at Owl Farm on Saturday, part of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws’ annual meeting in Aspen.
“That’s why these rooms have remained the way Hunter left them,” she said, gesturing from her perch in the kitchen toward their famously storied living room, which hasn’t changed much in the 10 years since her husband took his own life. “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.”