London: Roald Dahl's family has launched an $ 800,000 campaign to relocate the garden hut where the British children's author created classics including "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and "James and the Giant Peach."
Dahl, who died in 1990 aged 74, would go from his home in Great Missenden, northwest of London, to the hut in his garden every day for 30 years.
No one else was allowed into the small outbuilding, built in the 1950s from a single layer of bricks.
Dahl's grandson Luke Kelly came up with the idea to relocate the interior of the hut and its contents, including the author's own hip bone, to the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre close to the family home....more
12:45 PM, Sep 14, 2011