May 13, 2022
Is This NYC Restaurant Haunted by a Very Exclusive Ghost?
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In the small hours of Sept. 8, 1998, Glenn died with his boots on, peering into his murky bathroom mirror, suddenly stricken by liver failure. He keeled over backwards, smashing his head against the tiled wall.During all his shaves and showers, he never thought a bath mat would be his last stand, and Glenn did “not go gentle into that good night.”
He landed on his back in the tub—and in that instant Claus Von Bülow, Henry Kissinger, Dominick Dunne, Bill Blass, Kenny Lane, Nan Kempner, Elizabeth Taylor, Jackie O and glossy luminaries of all shapes and sizes were no longer going to toss their salads over Palm Beach gossip and Locust Valley plans at lunch.
For more than 20 years, Mortimer’s had been a magnet for everybody who was anybody. (A new book, Mortimer’s: A Moment in Time, by Robin Leacock, Robert Caravaggi and Mary Hilliard, has just been published, recalling the vertiginous heights of social climbing by the likes of Carolina and Reinaldo Herrera, C.Z. Guest, and Brooke Astor.)
Now Mortimer’s would be closed, shuttered forever.
My only specific instruction, as recited in Glenn’s last will and testament, which I painstakingly drafted, was: The minute I die, close Mortimer’s, padlock the front door.
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Police: Ghost Gun, Parts To Make More Found During Traffic Stop In Woodland
WOODLAND (CBS13) – A Sacramento man is under arrest after officers in Woodland say they found him with a “ghost” gun – and parts to allegedly make even more untraced firearms.
The traffic stop that resulted in Tuesday morning’s arrest. (Credit: Woodland Police Department)READ MORE: Sacramento County Has California's First Probable Case Of Monkeypox Virus
Woodland police say, early Tuesday morning, officers pulled over a suspicious vehicle near Hays Lane and County Road 102. Kevin Johnson, a 55-year-old Sacramento resident, was inside the car.READ MORE: Stockton High School Wins Private Concert From The Chainsmokers, Appearance By Charli D’Amelio
Officers say they noticed a handgun tucked under Johnson’s leg when they contacted him.
Johnson was promptly detained and officers started investigating further. The weapon Johnson had was soon found to be a “ghost” gun, officers say. Parts and tools used to make such untraced firearms were also found in Johnson’s car.MORE NEWS: Driver Saves Family After Electrical Box Catches Fire At Antelope Home
Police arrested Johnson and he is now facing charges of unlawful possession of a firearm, possession of a high capacity magazine, and a probation violation.