Hunter Thompson : Cremation, Ashes Blown From Cannon
Hunter Thompson's post-death wishes were that he be cremated, and that his ashes then be blown out of a cannon across his ranch. His entertainment lawyer from Boston, George Tobia, Jr, says that will be done. Tobia also provides this description of Hunter's death:
In a phone interview yesterday, Tobia said only in retrospect does it makes sense that the 67-year-old author sat in his kitchen Sunday afternoon, stuck a .45-caliber handgun in his mouth, and killed himself while his wife listened on the phone and his son and daughter-in-law were in another room of his house. His wife had no idea what had happened until she returned home later.
The Denver Post says Hunter's son Juan Thompson provided this account to investigators:
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