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TENNESSEE WILLIAMS HAUNTED TEA SALON

  
RICK CASTRO & BILL KAISER OF THE PURPLE CIRCUIT 
 PRESENT   
    TENNESSEE WILLIAMS HAUNTED
 TEA SALON
   
  FEBRUARY 27TH   
5PM  
         (SALON ENDS PROMPTLY @7PM)   

                 $15  PREPAY RESERVATION 
         $25 CASH DAY OF THE SALON   
   
                ~ENJOY~   
        HAND-BLENDED TEA 
      CAKES & DAINTIES     
      VIEW EROTIC ART    
        RELAX & HAVE A NICE CUPPA   
HERE STORIES ABOUT TENNESSEE!
         HOSTED BY 
 RICK CASTRO & BILL KAISER  
   
            TOM OF FINLAND HOUSE     
      1421 LAVETA TERRACE     
      ECHO PARK, CA 90026        

 "Tennessee" Williams 
(March 26, 1911 – February 25, 1983)
 an American playwright considered among the foremost playwrights 
 of 20th-century American drama.
On February 25, 1983, Williams was found dead at age 71 in his suite at the Hotel Elysée in New York. The Chief Medical Examiner reported that Williams had choked to death from inhaling the plastic cap of a bottle.
He wrote in his will in 1972: "I, Thomas Lanier (Tennessee) Williams,
 being in sound mind upon this subject, and having declared this wish repeatedly to my close friends-do hereby state my desire to be buried at sea. 
More specifically, I wish to be buried at sea at as close a possible point as the American poet Hart Crane died by choice in the sea; this would be ascrnatible [sic], this geographic point, by the various books (biographical) upon his life and death.
 I wish to be sewn up in a canvas sack and dropped overboard, as stated above, 
as close as possible to where Hart Crane was given by himself to the great mother of life which is the sea: the Caribbean, specifically, if that fits the geography of his death. 
Otherwise—whereever fits it [sic]."