Grinch Steals Lorax Statue from 90 Year Old Widow of Dr. Seuss

Bullet Shih Apr, 2012 0
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The Wall Street Journal has reported that a 2 foot tall bronze sculpture of Theodore Geisel’s or Dr. Seuss’s character the Lorax was stolen from the San Diego backyard of the author’s widow, Audrey Geisel.  The character who spoke for the trees and is the subject of a recent animated remake was stolen in the dead of night as the 300 pound sculpture was believed to have been dragged to a car waiting on the access road.  The stature was a gift from Theodore Geisel’s stepdaughter artist Lark Grey Dimond-Cates who cast only two copies of the Lorax.  The groundskeeper and family are hoping for its safe return.



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