Saturday, March 05, 2005

Article : Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum (Baltimore Sun)

Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum
...Visitors gain admittance only by knocking on the door and being allowed in. The door is bolted smartly after each group or person enters, and money is never exchanged with the door unbolted. Sound like a Poe story in the making? It could be. Once inside one forgets the poor state of the streets and is transported to a time when a lonely man wrote timeless tales like "M.S. in a Bottle" within the confines of the small brick rowhouse...