A lot of people convert their garages into man caves and other such places for friends, family, and neighbors to hang out. There’s a meme that has made the social media rounds inferring that people should bring back the study instead of man caves. While one might not necessarily agree with this, what if that study were sweetened by making it a local hangout for intellectuals? No? How about a final draft of Quentin Tarantino’s pop-culture icon “Pulp Fiction?” The San Diego Reader reports.
The script has been verified as being put out on Tarantino’s typewriter back in 1993. It could fetch as much as $100,000 at auction or as little as $10,000.
Right now, it is something for the guests of Lhooq Books & Exrealism project to mull over while they play at one of the multiple chess games set up.
The kids play chess and their parents drink coffee and discuss deeper thoughts.
The store, located on Carlsbad Village Drive, used to be a garage that was opened back in 1941.
Now, it is a place full of wonders and oddities, including a hand-written text from Raphael. Other things to ponder over include a manuscript about magic talismans dating from the 1600s and a Colonial Registry from the 1760s.
However, the script penned by Tarantino might just be worth all of that and more put together. Tarantino’s hand-written notes decorate the back of the script to further verify the collectible’s authenticity.
The owner, Sean Christopher is something of a journalist and a script doctor himself for academics. He writes introductions to art books and helps those seeking Ph. D’s to write their dissertations.