Born in 1809, Edgar Allan Poe is best known for the tales of mystery and terror he penned. Stories like ''The Tell-Tale Heart'' and ''The Pit and the Pendulum'' along with others have made Poe's name practically synonymous with American horror literature. The Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site helps keep the work of Poe alive in various ways, including education about the author's life and immersing visitors in Poe's fiction through music and narration.
With its black-and-white design and illustrations of two animals from Poe's works—including the famous black cat—this junior ranger patch almost makes you feel the spookiness of one of Poe's creepy tales, but don't worry: It won't scare you away! It's just enough to make it a fitting tribute and memento.
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