A cabin where author Hunter S. Thompson wrote some of his famous works in Colorado is available to rent on Airbnb for $ 550 a night.
Thompson & # 39; s widow Anita rents out his lodge at the Owl Farm compound, just outside Aspen, where the writer worked until his death in 2005.
In April, she made the writer's booth available to support the Hunter S Thompson Veterans Scholarship at Columbia University, where they both studied.
A cabin where Hunter S. Thompson wrote some of his famous works is available to rent on Airbnb for $ 550 a night.
Hunter S. Thompson was born in Kentucky in 1937, worked as a journalist and writer and was the founder of the Gonzo journalism movement
In 2016, Anita purchased Owl Farm, which Thompson had described in his letter as his & # 39; enriched compound & # 39 ;, according to The Aspen Times.
The 42-acre home contains the two-bedroom home where Thompson lived, worked, and kept peacocks from the 1960s until his death by suicide in 2005, and an adjoining cabin.
It is also the location where Thompson's ashes were shot into the air from a 153-meter-high tower in the shape of a & # 39; Gonzo & # 39; fist, where & # 39; Gonzo Journalism & # 39; became the name of the style of reporting for which he became famous.
He made the symbol his own at the time of one unsuccessful 1970 campaign to be sheriff van Aspen, The Guardian reported.
According to Airbnb mention, the cabin has two bedrooms, a newly renovated bathroom, kitchen and a bar / living room with one of Dr.'s writing desks. Thompson.
Thompson & # 39; s widow Anita rents out his lodge at the Owl Farm compound, just outside Aspen, where the writer worked until his death in 2005
Thompson is pictured on his farm against a bookcase with a photo of Ralph Steadman on the wall on October 12, 1990 in Woody Creek
The offer adds: & # 39; This guest cabin has views of the wilderness of Hunter & # 39; s Owl Farm from every window. On special occasions, his house / museum can be available 50 meters away for guided tours. & # 39;
Anita Thompson met her husband in 1997 when he apparently rescued her from being attacked by dogs on the Venice Beach boardwalk in LA.
In an interview she told The Guardian: & I was 25 and I fell in love with him immediately. I had never met anyone like him. I knew him as a Hunter before I knew him as a writer. He was an intense and kind person.
Anita Thompson, (photo), met her husband in 1997 when he apparently rescued her from being attacked by dogs on Venice Beach
& # 39; When I met him, he wasn't a wild party. He was not a Raoul Hertog character.
& # 39; If he was under stress or had a lot of fun, that character would come out, but overall he was just like you and me.
& # 39; That said, he did have a way to consume more food, more alcohol and more drugs than anyone I have ever seen – and still be able to function. & # 39;
Hunter S Thompson worked as a journalist and author and was the founder of the Gonzo journalism movement.
After high school he started his career in journalism when he served in the United States Air Force.
He then traveled through the country to discuss a wide range of topics for countless magazines after the military service.
In 1972 he wrote one of his best known books, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, which immediately became a bestseller.
Thompson died in 2005 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the age of 67
His anti-authoritarian writings made him a cultural icon. Thompson died in 2005 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the age of 67.
Johnny Depp, who played famous Raoul Duke in the 1998 Fear and Loathing movie in Las Vegas, reportedly paid $ 3 million to fire his ashes from a cannon on his Owl Farm estate after his death.
& # 39; I'm just trying to make his last wish come true & # 39 ;, Depp then said. & # 39; I just want to send my friend the way he wants to go out. & # 39;
Allegedly John Kerry, Jack Nicholson, John Cusack, Bill Murray, Benicio del Toro, Sean Penn, Josh Hartnett and Ralph Steadman attended the ceremony according to the Guardian.
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