In this episode of the podcast Someone Lived Here, Kendra Gaylord explores the Edgar Allan Poe Cottage in the Bronx. This unassuming cottage was the final home of the writer Edgar Allan Poe and the home his young wife and cousin, Virginia Clemm Poe, died in.
Walking through the small cottage the poet, his addiction and his writing are further explained. Gaylord describes the items he and Virginia owned including a rocking chair, a mirror, and the bed Virginia died in.
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Photo of Rocking chair owned by Edgar Allan Poe by Via Perkins.