In this Jan. 15, 2013 photo, Jeff Jerome looks out of a window in Westminster Hall, which overlooks the cemetery that is home to Edgar Allan Poe's grave, in Baltimore. For years, Jerome watched as a mysterious man known as the Poe Toaster left three roses and an unfinished bottle of cognac at Poe’s grave every year on the legendary writer’s birthday. His identity is a great modern mystery, and just as mysteriously, the tradition ended four years ago. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

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In this Jan. 15, 2013 photo, Jeff Jerome looks out of a window in Westminster Hall, which overlooks the cemetery that is home to Edgar Allan Poe's grave, in Baltimore. For years, Jerome watched as a mysterious man known as the Poe Toaster left three roses and an unfinished bottle of cognac at Poe’s grave every year on the legendary writer’s birthday. His identity is a great modern mystery, and just as mysteriously, the tradition ended four years ago. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
In this Jan. 15, 2013 photo, Jeff Jerome looks out of a window in Westminster Hall, which overlooks the cemetery that is home to Edgar Allan Poe's grave, in Baltimore. For years, Jerome watched as a mysterious man known as the Poe Toaster left three roses and an unfinished bottle of cognac at Poe’s grave every year on the legendary writer’s birthday. His identity is a great modern mystery, and just as mysteriously, the tradition ended four years ago. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
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