The Vermont farm called home by iconic American poet Robert Frost during his later years doubled Friday night as the site of a raucous underage party, authorities told ABC News.
And the historic landmark took quite a beating.
Revelers destroyed dozens of items inside the Homer Noble Farm in rural Ripton, Vt., a property purchased by Frost the year after his wife died in 1939. Wicker furniture was smashed and tossed into a fireplace to generate heat, Vermont State Police spokesman Sgt. Lee...Full Story