Archive for June 5th, 2012
So many of us when we think of Truman Capote quickly bring to mind In Cold Blood, his chilling account of a real family murdered in Kansas in 1959. Let’s remember that he also penned the short story of Holly Golightly which later became the cherished film BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S. The photograph above was taken on a private luxury tour when we took our guests to see the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery. Did you know that Mr. Capote’s ashes were removed in 1994 to be scattered in New England with those of his longtime companion, Jack Dunphy?