Hunter S. Thompson was one of a kind. He ushered in the era of the gonzo journalist and fueled his escapades with a cornucopia of illegal substances, which led to some of the most interesting books and articles we’ve ever read. If you have $110,000 you can devour more of the good doctor’s work in the form of 182 letters, most written to his childhood friend Paul Semonin. The lot of letters, auctioned through Nate D. Sanders, is a major coup for any superfan of Hunter S. Thompson’s work, as you’ll gain access to writing few have ever seen, including dispatches from far-off countries, a letter penned the day JFK was assassinated, and more, all signed by Thompson. The notes span from 1955–1974 and offer a unique glimpse into Thompson’s life.