Hunter S. Thompson’s Farm Will Be Museum

Hunter S. Thompson’s Aspen-area farm will be turned into a museum. Owl Farm was Thompson’s home from 1969 until his death in 2005. The effort will be spearheaded by Thompson’s widow, Anita Thompson. “That’s why these rooms have remained the way Hunter left them,” she said. “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.” There is no timeline yet for when the museum will open.