Remains Truman Capote sold for 40,000 euros
More than thirty years after his death, the remains of the American writer Truman Capote for converted 40,000 euros sold at auction, reports CNN Saturday.
It is not known who the buyer is of the Japanese wooden urn with ashes of the author of In Cold Blood and Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
The auctioneer from Julien’s Auctions in Los Angeles let us know that people from Germany, Russia, China, South Africa and the USA on the auction attracted. Advance he estimated that the axis about 9000 euro would produce.
The mortal remains were in possession of Joanne Carson, a friend of Capote. At her home died writer at the age of 59.
Capote lived a retired life. His last years were in the sign of an addiction to alcohol and drugs.