Growing up in Baltimore, I was always taught that we had the monopoly on Edgar Alllan Poe since he was buried there. Imaging my surprise upon visiting this charming and very devoted museum to learn that his life was largely centered around Richmond. Although Poe never lived in this house, a great deal of time and energy has been devoted to acquiring his possessions and those of family members, to exploring Poe's history and connections with Richmond and the long-reaching effects of his writings, particularly on Hollywood. Even if you're not a Poe fanatic, this is definately worth an hour of your time
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