Edgar Allen Poe
When you think vintage you probably think of old records and band t-shirts (cough hipster cough). But, what if we told you about something older and even more vintage than your hipster paraphernalia?
Boston is finally embracing native son Edgar Allan Poe more than 160 years after his death, despite his notoriously frosty relationship with the city’s literary elite of his day.
These places allow you to travel back through history and have a greater understanding about major Baltimore figures.
Halloween might mean candy and costumes to some, but it means much more to Baltimore. After all, this is the final resting place of Edgar Allan Poe, home to forts and ports said to house wandering souls, and a cultural center heavy on artists who get particularly crafty this time of year.