Gregory Corso Quote: “Now the Tombs, like the name…”

Now the Tombs, like the name says, are so horrible that they had to close it down. Today it doesn’t exist and people go in the electric chair and all that.

Gregory Corso


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Name: Gregory Corso
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: March 26, 1930
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