Nevermore! The garden shrine brings "To One in Paradise" to life with flowers from the poem as well as plants taken from Poe's mother's grave, his foster father's garden, and a home of Sir Walter Scott. One of the museum buildings was built using a staircase taken from one of Poe's childhood homes. And we hear it may be haunted... Thanks to our pals at The Adventures of Mirabelle for making this for us. Blank insdie.