That's ghoulish even by my standards. What's next; souvenir carry bags that look like bodybags? Takeaway sorbet?
Sorry, I don't think his house should be a museum. You're talking about a guy who valued his privacy; even though he hasn't lived there in almost 20 years, I see absolutely no reason that his old home should be opened to the public, ever...
"See the place where he did". I can't get over that ... fuck.
As long as Mary or any of Freddie's relatives that have any 'interest' in the house are alive, I will not sign a petition like this.
Neither will I support one.
Garden Lodge is a place where people live - it is their HOME with all it's emotional value too them with it.
These guys are messing with you. It IS a musem. It has been for the last four or five years. And the best thing about it? It's Free. Usually at these places, you have to pay $30-$40 at the gate, but here you simply walk in and are greeted and given full run of the place. You really should go and check it out.
Honestly, if you have nothing better to think about than pledging to make a deceased singer's house into a museum, I can only express sheer disappointment in what some fragments of our human race are becoming, when they could instead be giving something back to the world.