Annabel Lee Tavern
Saturday, October 6, 2012
You’re either on the bus or off the bus. And, if you’re an Edgar Allan Poe fan, you had to be on the bus that left the Annabel Lee Tavern at 2 p.m. last Saturday for a two-hour tour of the important sites in EAP’s life, from the Poe-themed tavern named after one of his most famous poems to his last resting place across town at the Westminster Hall and Burying Ground. The tour was organized and led — on a Guardian Angel-guided motorcycle, no less! — by Baltimore actor David Keltz, who for more than 20 years has performed in character as the Master of the Macabre and Father of the Modern Detective Story. While Keltz led the way on his cycle, on-the-bus Poe scholar John Dausch narrated the day’s itinerary and highlights of Poe’s life and literary career.
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