Jack Kerouac Spent Two Nights in Jail for His Involvement in the Murder that Rocked the Beat Generation

Jack Kerouac Spent Two Nights in Jail for His Involvement in the Murder that Rocked the Beat Generation

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Jack Kerouac, key player of the Beat Generation, famed for his revolutionary writing style, his bohemian lifestyle, so lauded for works like On the Road, that everything from his original manuscripts to his clothing and personal effects are on display at the Beat Museum in San Francisco. He also served jail time for his role in the disposal of a weapon which had been used by his friend Lucien Carr to kill someone.    Jack Kerouac | Image Via The Daily Beast   The killing of David Kammerer by Lucien Carr has been described as “the original sin” of the …